Last Saturday was Scott Kelby’s 3rd Annual Worldwide Photowalk. Again I joined Jim Goldstein’s photowalk, this year at Sutro Baths in San Francisco. There was a great turn out with over 35 photographers including Garry Crabbe, Quang-Tuan Luong and Richard Wong (who won the furthest traveled award coming all the way from LA for the weekend).
One of the challenges of meeting up with photographers that you know is that you end up talking as much (or more) as you do making photos. You’ll notice this time and time again in the following Sunday Morning Short:
(watch it in HD for the best experience…)
Since the high fog and flat light were a bit uninspiring at first arrival, I climbed up to an overlook while everyone else was down at the Baths photographing. I thought it was a perfect chance to roll some film for time lapse sequence of photographers in action. Only yesterday when I uploaded this video did I learn of the Life in a Day project which this video happened to qualify for and I happen to upload in time to participate. So I submitted it to the project as the chance coincidents were trying to tell me something…
At the end of the day, I ended up with a handful of photos that made my final cut for the photowalk. You can also view all the photos that were submitted to the photowalk flickr group that Jim setup.
2 Replies to “Sunday Morning Short: 2010 Worldwide Photowalk San Francisco”
That is really cool, Greg. Had the light been better I probably would have been shooting more and talking less. lol. It was fun shooting regardless.
August 10th, 2010 at 11:31 pm
@Richard Wong, Yeah, the poor lighting upon arrival is why I started shooting video (and missed all the visiting with others 🙂 ).