Worldwide Photo Walk comes to Greenwich

On Saturday, Oct. 13 the whole world will be walking again with Scott Kelby, president of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) and a best-selling technology and photography book author, for his fifth annual Worldwide Photo Walk, which is designed to be the world’s largest global social photography event in the history of photography.

Greenwich Point will be the site of this year’s local Photo Walk. Photographers will gather there on Oct. 13 from 9:45 a.m. until noon and, after the shoot, they’ll head to a local restaurant for lunch.

Greenwich Point is known for being one of the most beautiful parks in the world, with trails that lead along the water and through gentle hills and wild grasses. Osprey and egrets are just examples of a variety of wildlife that coexists harmoniously with the humans, who use the park for recreation.

Participants will be able to upload and share their photos with prizes for the best local and national entries. Greenwich photographer/organizer Lawrence Sterne will lead the walk and has arranged park access for all participants. The Photo Walk is free and open to anyone who owns a camera, even disposable cameras, but attendance is limited.

For more information and to sign up visit

The 2012 Photo Walk is co-sponsored by Adobe. Additional sponsors include, NAPP, Peachpit, Adorama, Mpix, Wacom, Manfrotto, onOne Software, Tamron, Tiffen, Nik Software and B&H.

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