Saturday, October 7th, 2017 | 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Where We Will Meet
Where The Walk Will End
About This Walk
If you sign up, please be at our meeting place within 15 minutes before our scheduled meeting time of 6:00pm. There is a limit of 50 people, and so many more people will have wanted to be on this walk. Signing up to join this group means you are going to be there, barring any very unusual circumstances. Any issues, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to meeting you all.
FAQ’s about our Photo Walk through Binghamton:
You do not need to be a professional to attend.
A disposable 35mm camera will work just as well as the greatest and latest camera out there. Though some kind of digital camera would be best if you want to share your pictures with everyone after our walk. This walk is for all levels of photographers and its for all of us to have a great team shooting.
Make sure not to carry to much gear because it can get heavy over time. Remember to dress for the weather so make sure to keep an eye on the weather a few days before the walk .
One of the most important things is to be courteous and to respect the people and property of Binghamton because this public walk and it maybe be crowded. So watch out for your fellow photographers so you don’t get in there way and also if you are photographing individuals remember to ask there permission and mention that this is a
worldwide photo walk and that this group’s photographs are going to showcase Binghamton , also be extra careful when you photographing children; always ask the parents before you photograph them.
Be a good photographer and help others who are less experience then you during the walk because its going to a wide mix of people from beginners to professionals and this gives a great opportunity to learn from each other and have a great time doing it.
Safety, Safety, SAFETY – I can’t stress this enough, watch your gear all the time and be sure to secure your cell phones and wallets. That way, you still have some money to buy food after the walk. Whatever or wherever you shoot, please put your safety and the safety of others first. It is easy to get so involved in photographing that you forget sense of place. Watch your equipment – although most people are trustworthy, there are some that are not and could make a quick get-away with your equipment left unattended.