We are back! Each week, HoustonPhotowalks.com
digs through all the photos posted recently and pick some of our favorites. Be sure and click on the
links and tell folks how much you enjoyed viewing their images. We all love getting nice feedback! :)
It took a couple of weeks to rework the newsletter; hopefully this format will hit fewer spam filters.
Hello I just started photography and would love to learn more.
I love to take pictures and have no idea what I am doing, but I do have a camera. :)
Hi, I am a wedding photographer. I am also the organizer for a meetup group called "Photographers Who Click." I enjoy photo walks and would love to be a part. I like to just go out and shoot at times with no stress.
Hi, My Name is Patty Jasso! Photography is my passion! Can't wait to meet up with other local photogs!
I'm def not a photographer but this group looks fun and interesting.
I'm Fred, a commercial and portrait photographer doing business as PhotosWork.
My name is Mel Tindall. I have been interested in photography since I was very young. I use Canon cameras and have since the old AE1 days.
George F Howard
Hello My name is Aaron. I am 47 years old.
Hi, I'm Claudia and I love capturing the little things that most people don't notice...
Eager to take more photos an learn from this group
I am a total amateur that loves taking pictures of interesting things. I figure this is a great way to meet new people and discover new places.
At least once a month at HoustonPhotowalks.com, we drum up some crazy idea for a place to photograph and practice our techniques. We're a fun bunch, no pressure, no stress. Come ready to learn from other photographers AND share what you know with others.
As often as possible, our meetings are in "Interesting and Unusual" locations that other photography groups might not to go (or prefere to avoid :).
Our group has 3 main principles that guide our way:
Fun and Safe (we want you to have a great time, and not die).
Honor the amateur photography clubs that came before us. Their enthusiastic interest in photography paved the way for the technology evolution that allows us to capture light today.
Education, of ourselves, each other and the community. We learn our best techniques from each other, and we teach the community that photographers aren't jerks, criminals or terrorists.