Been super busy with a lot of photography projects this summer and it’s been an absolute blast so far.
First up (and most recently) was Worldwide Photowalk day, last Saturday, July 18th. This was a hugely organized event happening all over the world with local photowalks submitting their best photos up to the main site and the best get in on some pretty cool prizes. I chose to participate in the Vancouver walk around the Seawall from English Bay to 3rd Beach. Here’s a couple of my favorite shots from the day:
Unlike a traditional photowalk, the Vancouver organizers took it up a few notches and planted models and sets along our route as waypoints to get even more creative. It truly made the event and we’ve all talked about doing something like this again, real soon as it was a lot of fun and was a great way to collaborate with the other photogs.
Next up is shooting a group shot for the Union Gospel Mission’s Little Slugger’s Day at the Nat event. This was a fun event where over 60 kids from downtown Vancouver got to spend a day at Nat Bailey Stadium:
As you can imagine, one of the challenges of this shoot was getting the kids organized and looking at the camera…think herding cats. Yeah, just like that. Still a lot of fun and they were all really excited to be there.
After the shoot, we got to roam around the stadium and get up to the press box on the roof and get some fun shots of the field.
Lots more fun things planned this summer so keep an eye on my Flickr stream to see what I’m up to.