SCOTT KELBY WORLDWIDE PHOTOWALK IN SORSOGON CITY


Worldwide PhotowalkSORSOGON CITY- On October 5,2013 (Saturday), the whole world will be walking again with Scott Kelby, president of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) and the number one bestselling technology and photography book author, in his Sixth Annual Worldwide Photo Walk— the world’s largest global social photography event in the
history of photography.

For the 2nd time in Sorsogon City, the Sorsogon province will gain international exposure in a worldwide photowalk both by professional and photography enthusiasts from Bicol and Sorsogon in a half day event to capture the culture and beauty of the province through the
lens.

Local multimedia artist/photographer Geri Matthew Despi Carretero Art Director of Kurit-Lagting Art Group is the lead convenor of the event in Sorsogon City of this worldwide event. Kurit Lagting is the newest accredited member organization of the Sorsogon Arts Council under the visual Arts discipline.

The said Photowalk will be held at the Sorsogon City Public Market towards 3 City Barangays including Brgy. Sirangan, Brgy. Talisay and Brgy. Bitan-o starting at 2:30pm. Carretero was also the leader of the walk last year in line with the celebration of Kasanggayahan Festival 2012.

Only 50 slots are available. To sign-up pls visit photowalk’s site, where you can join to participate in the Photo Walk which is free and open to anyone who owns a camera – even disposable cameras.

More Photo Walk details are available at: http://worldwidephotowalk.com/or visit the Scott Kelby Photo Walk G+ page.

For More Info Contact:

Geri Matthew Carretero
Kurit-Lagting
09158779491
http://www.gmcarretero.weebly.com

Disclaimer: Sorsogoncity.wordpress.com has no relation with Kurit-Lagting or Mr. Carretero.

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One Response to SCOTT KELBY WORLDWIDE PHOTOWALK IN SORSOGON CITY

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