We had such a great time on the first Liverpool Photo Walk in April, and it proved to be so popular, we are doing it all again, on Sunday 13th September in Liverpool City Centre.
We will meet at the same place, starting at 11am by The Titanic Memorial, but take a different route from last time, and take in the city streets, and walk past the Town Hall, visit Mathew Street and a few other places of interest, that have an abundance of photographic opportunities.
Now the really good news is, I have managed to persuade The Principle Photographer for Olympus, Damian McGillicuddy to join us on the day (well he didnt take much persuading as he enjoyed the last one so much 😉 )
Damian and I will be available to chat about all things photographic, and of course The Olympus range of cameras. Damian will possibly have some demonstration equipment with him in case anyone would like to try one of the Olympus OMD range of cameras out for themselves.
The route is yet to be finalised but we will finish once again in The Liverpool Museum Cafe, as this will allow less mobile people to take a shorter route, and still be able to meet everyone at the end of the walk and enjoy the event.
The walk is free of charge, and is a great opportunity for people to get out with their cameras and socialise and take some pictures.
Walk, Talk, Shoot, Learn, Enjoy and finish with a coffee and a chat at 3pm.
All photographers are welcome to take part, regardless of which type of camera they shoot, even phone camera shooters are welcome. The important thing is that people enjoy the day and their photography. Its a free to attend event, so try to make it along, and enjoy the day.
The last event was really popular, so if you intend to come along, please would you indicate your intention to attend on the event page.
Many thanks for looking in,and I’m really looking forward to meeting new friends and old again on the walk.