Taipei Photo Walk

This past weekend I joined the Taipei chapter of Scott Kelby’s Photo Walk.

It’s a annual social gathering of photographers in cities all over the world.  Basically, photographers get together, go for a walk, then all meet up for dinner.  Afterwards, you can upload your two best pictures for a chance to win some great prizes, but I think the main idea was just to go out and have some fun.

Craig Ferguson set it all up for us and I think it’s safe to say that we all had a great time.

Here’s a link to a Flickr page with some of the photos from the day and a handful of the photos that I shot:

Taipei Photo Walk 2009

Taipei Photo Walk 2009

Taipei Photo Walk 2009

Taipei Photo Walk 2009

Mei and Brent and some quick CLS.

Mei and Brent and some quick CLS.

Saftey and Protection

"Safety and Protection"

It was nice to meet all the people that I met, and I’m sorry I didn’t get the chance to talk to everyone!  I’m looking forward to next year already!

Cheers,
-neil

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5 thoughts on “Taipei Photo Walk

  1. nice pics. the blue one is now the background of my work computer

  2. panographer

    Here’s an interactive 360 degree panorama of all the Photowalkers – tr.im/txdP Note Josh in the purple with this camera in your photo above and in the 360pano – we must have pressed our shutters at almost the same moment.

  3. I do love how quick and easy it is to set up CLS on my nikon, I just find that for most pro shoots I can’t depend on it enough to use it. Which is a real bummer because you can get such high sync speeds with it… Although these new pocket wizards sound like they might solve that problem.

    • I agree. I’ve been using it more and more for quick shots like this, but I still use Cybersyncs for pro shoots.

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