Google+ SXSW Austin PhotoWalk with Trey Ratcliff – All Levels of Photographers – All Free!
|Also you are invited to come to my featured (Google+ heavy!) speech at SXSW – “A Life Worth Living is a Life Worth Recording” (link for times and details)
Google+ PhotoWalk Details!
$1000’s in Prizes! A ton of Google+ swag! Members of the Google+ team!!
Bring your camera (even mobile phones are cool!) and bring your sense of adventure and discovery! We’ll walk around the streets of Austin together and grab some cool photos to share with one another. If you’ve never been to one of these events before, then this is your chance. Bring a friend or bring the kids — it’s a family-friendly event and all are welcome!
I’ll be giving lessons and teaching how I set up for various shots. Anyone can ask me anything at any time… sort of an in-person AMA!
When: Monday, Mar 11 at 6:30 PM Austin Time
Where: Downtown Austin Watch For Exact Spot Here.
What to bring: Anything from a mobile phone to a DSLR with a tripod
Tag to use for photos: Attach the photos to this event and use the tag #AustinPhotowalk2013 !
*Prizes (in addition to free Google+ swag to be randomly distributed):*
– Really Right Stuff Tripod goodies (BH-40 LR and some LB-40s)
– Huge Secret Adorama Prize
– XUME Quick Release Adapters
– Syrp (A NEW Genie!!!) – http://www.stuckincustoms.com/time-lapse-photography-syrp-genie-review/
– FStop (Loka Bag and 1 ICU)
– Many copies of Trey’s Lightroom and Photomatix Presets!
– Camera Sutra t-shirts
– Many Stuck In Customs Camera Straps
– 5 Copies of Midnight in Paris tutorial!
How To Win A Prize:
“Best Photos of Fellow Photowalkers!”
Share your photos on Google+ and/or in The Photo Community with the tag #AustinPhotowalk2013 – winners will be chosen by a Team of Humans at Google and other coaches from the photowalk.
Thanks to the coaches too: Dave Wilson, Alex Suarez, Mike Connell, Jerry Hayes, and Simi Shonowo !
Daily Photo – Moody Skies Over the Dark Church
I keep going back to Tekapo to see the skies over the lake. If it is clear, you can see amazing stars! But, if cloudy, it’s not so bad because you can get this kind of moody, long-exposure stuff… !