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Article: Cameras at the Ready

By August Graham, SAMS, published in The Sentinel, 9th October 2014{1}

St Helena Joins Worldwide Photo Walk

Marketing and Communications Manager for Tourism, Chanelle Marias
Chanelle Marias

St Helena will be participating in the seventh Worldwide Photowalk on Saturday 11th October.

The Photowalk, an idea started by Scott Kelby in 2007, is an annual event where photographers in locations around the world are invited to participate in a ramble through cities or the countryside with their cameras. The idea is that professionals and amateurs can share their experience and knowledge with others and, walk around, shoot photos, and generally have fun with other photographers, according to the official website.

Newly-appointed Marketing and Communications Manager for Tourism, Chanelle Marias, told The Sentinel that this was an important time to get out the wonderful message of St Helena. This is a great opportunity, not only for people to see how beautiful St Helena is, but for the community to get involved and to see their beautiful island through different eyes she said.

Participants are then invited to upload their best photographs to the official website of the Worldwide Photowalk. From these entries the organisers will choose a winning entry and a number of runners-up who will all receive prizes. The best chosen photograph will win a year’s subscription to Scott Kelby’s photography course website as well as a new Canon camera, a printer, a photo bag, a lens and Adobe Creative Cloud membership.

The walk starts at 10am on Saturday 11th October at White Gate, passes High Knoll Fort and ends at Prince’s Lodge where refreshments will be served for the fee of £2. There is no fee to take part, but it is advised that participants register at the official website.


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