I was part of Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk that took place 7 October 2017. Worldwide – photographers or just people that enjoy photography are together as one and taking photographs all over the world on the same day. As an option you can donate $1.00 or more to The Springs Of Hope Kenya Orphanage.
This year I signed up for the walk in Manassas, VA. Fortunately for us this was also Manassas 35th Annual Fall Jubilee Day. We didn’t have to look hard for anything to photograph because it was all there. All types of businesses, activities were on display. I go downtown Manassas a couple of times during the week to take photographs; I decided to put my focus mainly (not all but mostly) on the photographers I was with versus the vendors, etc. Just about every photographer I have met don’t care too much for getting his or her photographs taken. We’re more comfortable behind the camera than anything. I believe we all in general are getting better 😉
On this day I decided to shoot all black and white. Black and white gives me more of a “natural feel” when it comes to people. Along with my Fujifilm X-Pro 2, I used the Fujinon 50mm f/2 R WR lens.
So if you’re out when your fellow photographer friends, take a couple of photographs of them “just being photographers”.
HAPPY SHOOTING!! 🙂 🙂