I had a great time in Georgetown on Saturday for Scott Kelby’s World Wide Photo Walk. 50 photographers met up on the square in G’town at Cianfrani’s coffee shop. We proceeded to take in the town square, the old palace theater, the library and then back to the square. We walked from about 8am to about 11am.
I changed things up this year by trying out a flash on a stick. Basically I was walking around with a bare flash on a lightstand with another flash and trigger in my backpack in case I wanted to go with a two light setup. I also went about getting different subjects that most, mainly because mine were subjects and not objects. Apparently I like people.
Paul Riley, Peter Shugarts, Carlos Austin and Amresh were the guys I walked with most, but we ebbed and flowed into a group and out on our own again. Also got to see Bill Lawrence, Geoff Hammond (the photo walk leader), and Bill Meier. We sat around the lunch table and chimped like no tommorow. But we were the only ones in the room doing it, so we felt even more like zoo animals.
Great to see everyone, and the diversity of images we obtained. Already looking forward to next year.
Josh loves a good adventure and some of his favorite wedding and engagement shoots have involved “getting crazy” or going somewhere special to the couple.
Josh is a Texas native and long time Pflugerville resident. He started his photography business in 2009 and has never looked back. His photo business even allowed him to be daddy-day-care before his two sons reached school age. Over the years his business has expanded to include just about every type of photography including automotive, editorial portraits, corporate events, sports and food. Through it all, he has continued to love wedding photography for genuine moment, the fast pace and the diversity of subjects it offers. Josh is a co-founder of North Austin Pfoutographic Society and a resident instructor at Precision Camera & Video in Austin, Tx.