I stood to the side last night and watched Rich giving his low-light tips before Photowalking Utah set out for our third annual event at Temple Square, and I thought, “what have we done?” Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that we would grow and serve and make so many new photographer friends. We are guessing that we had about 140 at the clinic (Harley stopped counting at 130 and more trickled in) and have no idea how many more joined us at Temple Square.
I asked Scott to make a photo of our largest-ever clinic crowd. He only had his D300s with him, but he did have his 14-24, so he popped it on my D700 to get the full-frame goodness and took off with Nate. This image is what I found on my chip this morning.
PhotoJohn cut class, but met up later. So did BWJones and his wife, and more I didn’t see, since I had to stow the projector and was late for the group shot. We did a clothing drive and collected a huge mound of stuff for The Road Home.
The weather was warm for once and we had photographers spread out all over the Temple Square grounds. Photos are amassing in the PhotowalkingUtah pool. I think Jeremy hit right in his wrap-up, this event has become my way to get into the holiday spirit. Thanks to everyone who participated this year. Looking forward to next year, but we might need a bigger room