Insta Photowalk

It’s been a while since I’ve just taken the time to explore and take pictures around where I’m at, I’ve forgotten how much I enjoyed the Photowalks I used to do back in Utah… I may have to go about starting up something here in the near future if my interest keeps up, anybody interested?

Started out a bit basic, flowers, plants. The usual look at the ground, scuff your feet and take the picture.

Then you sit down, look around, and are like “HEY, the grill of this truck is a few inches away from my head. Click.

Of course, signs are obvious targets.

NO Parking. No Exceptions.

As is anyone else your shooting with.

Chris figuring out the Canon 30D

Then it’s the number above your head.

And finally, having exhausting everything interesting, we start shooting at things on the ground again.

Hope you enjoyed,

– Paul Rohde

Photowalking Utah

So,

After after having dropped of the map, and essentially vanished out of site from most people, I really needed to get back on the ball and start posting again. I’m working on a new site that will hopefully come out before july or august, but knowing how I tend to guess wrong, it may be later than that.

So here’s some pictures from a Photowalk I went on. Enjoy!

Downtown… Go figure.The Shooting RangeCapitol ShotsUSA PhotographerSky… Meet Photographer.

Photowalking Temple Square Utah

For those of you near Salt lake city there was a Photowalk of Temple Square, we had around 15 people there at night in mid December … (read COLD)… the lights were amazing, and despite the cold I had a great time.

As a forward heads up, last I heard there should be a meeting on the 12th of January, some of the group are going to bring some studio lights and pocket wizards and setup a studio lighting try-it-yourself in Draper. According to Rich Legg who arranged to use the Gateway community church sanctuary for the meeting, there will also be a gear sharing table for people to come and try out other cameras, lenses, and other little photographic toy’s plus about 5 models to play with the lighting on.  Should be a great time to come, experiment and learn.  Hope to see you there!

(Rich’s original journal article can be found here: http://www.leggnet.com/2007/12/save-date-photowalk-5-january-12-2008.html)

Paul Rohde