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napp_news ADMIN September 15, 2011
Please do not post pictures here until the event takes place. This is for participants to share pics from the Worldwide Photo Walk.

Group Description

Welcome to the official Flickr group for Scott Kelby's 4th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk!

The purpose of this group is for you to share your photos and stories. It is NOT a forum to get issues resolved or to have questions answered. All questions will be handled via the Official Worldwide Photo Walk website: worldwidephotowalk.com/

Since this is a worldwide event with thousands of participants, we are limiting your photo uploads to five (5) per day. That way, everyone will see more photos from around the world in the pool. Plus, we encourage you to self-edit and only put your best shots out there. (If you read Scott Kelby's blog, this is a familiar concept) =)

Group Rules

I agree to enjoy myself this year by reminding myself that this is a fun, free event that I'm sharing with folks who love to take pictures all over the world. I agree to not be afraid to ask questions of those who know more about photography than I do (AND/OR) make others who may seem intimidated feel welcome and comfortable enough to ask questions. I understand that this event is NOT about the prizes. It's about opening up, meeting new people, and maybe learning a thing or two while documenting my little corner of the world.

I agree to do my personal best to lead my group but not get too stressed out about it. I agree to enjoy myself and make every walker feel welcome, regardless of whether or not they arrive with a DSLR or a disposable camera. I also agree to treat the people behind the scenes of the Worldwide Photo Walk with as much courtesy and respect that I would expect others to pay to me. I know that this is a large event and everyone is playing their part, including me, to help it run as smoothly as possible.

Additional Info

  • Members can post 5 things to the pool each day.
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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