Talking photography in SF’s Chinatown

I didn’t film this one, but demonstrates that Photowalking is a good idea. Eddie Codel is behind camera for this one and gets a group of photographers talking about equipment and shooting images in San Francisco’s Chinatown. Lots of fun.

Tomorrow I’m recording a Photowalking at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View at 11 a.m. I’ll be filming Mark Richards, who did a book of photos of old computers. No Thomas Hawk, though.

Next photowalking? On April 29. In Half Moon Bay. We’ll be at the “Dream Machines” show. I hear you have to get there early in the morning if you hope to park anywhere near the airport. So, we’ll probably arrive at 7 a.m. or 8 a.m. 2,000 machines will be there. I swear Thomas Hawk can spend four hours filming one tractor. So, who knows how many we’ll get.

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Comments

  1. Gawd, enough with the Photowalking. Make it a channel itself, if enough people care.

  2. Gawd, enough with the Photowalking. Make it a channel itself, if enough people care.

  3. Chris: ever hear of Google or search? That’s the only channels that really matter anyway.

    But, yeah, it’s probably time for a channel of its own. And, based on downloads, lots of people care.

  4. Chris: ever hear of Google or search? That’s the only channels that really matter anyway.

    But, yeah, it’s probably time for a channel of its own. And, based on downloads, lots of people care.