Leader Responsibilities

  1. It’s up to you to plan the route for your Photo Walk, which will last about two hours. You’ll pick a starting point and ending point for your walk and plan out your route.
  2. At the end, you’ll want to choose a restaurant, café, bar, or some place you can have a social gathering. Make sure you contact the place of your choice ahead of time to make sure they can handle your group and are ready for you when you arrive.
  3. You’ll need to set up your Walk’s web page with all the event information. It’s an easy, automated process of filling in the blanks and uploading a photo of yourself. The page also has a small blog you’ll want to keep updated with helpful information for your walkers.
  4. Lastly, you’ll also want to be prepared to answer a lot of questions. People will be asking for suggestions on things to photograph, ideas, and other stuff, so be ready with answers and a smile. 🙂

Leader Qualifications

  1. Someone who can lead a group of people safely from one place to another.
  2. Someone who has organized events, lead a camera club, organized another Photo Walk, or has other qualifications as a leader.


The Worldwide Photo Walk supports The Springs Of Hope Kenya Orphanage, an organization that feeds, houses, educates and empowers young orphans.