Today my friend Ken
and I will embark on Scott Kelby’s 2nd Annual Worldwide Photowalk here in Richmond.
That Scott Kelby really knows how to market himself LOL. But from what I’ve seen of him on the web, he seems like a really nice guy. Who can argue with that?
I wasn’t able to do last year’s walk due to having houseguests that weekend so I don’t know exactly what to expect. I think some people might show up with a tripod but because mine is clunky and heavy I’m going to leave it home. I read on his blog that Scott is going to only bring one lens on his walk, his 18-200mm f3.5-5.6. My telephoto lens doesn’t go that wide angle, and since we’ll be starting at Belle Isle with the potential of taking landscape shots, I’ll have my 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 kit lens. After that, I’m torn. Should I bring my other two lenses? My 50mm f1.4 is so versatile and then there’s the 60mm f2.8 macro. Hmm, what to do? what to do? I have a backpack for my gear (which is getting smaller and smaller) so it won’t be a problem to bring everything for Just In Case. Ken has a marvelous 70-300mm telephoto and I think he told me once it’s his only lens.
I need some more pictures for Wordless Wednesday, hope I’ll be able to add to my collection tonight.