The Fremantle Photo Walk – Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk 2013!
45 photographers. Two hours of photography. Fremantle.
It was a great turn out and fantastic to see so many eager and enthusiastic photographers come together to shoot in Fremantle on Saturday — as part of the Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk.
Our route took us from the Carriage Cafe at the Esplanade into the heart of Fremantle’s Cappucino Street and onwards to King Square and through back roads and back lanes into the heritage-listed West End of town. But it didn’t end there as we ventured to Fleet Street and Bather’s Bay (see the gallery below for an image of one of us posing with the Bather’s Bay Beauty) and then across Fishing Boat Harbour back to the Esplanade.
On the way, we photographed street art, street life, doorways, shop fronts, window dressings, street performers, artist studios, fishing boats, street markets, public art installations, each other… and more!
Phew! How we managed to cover so much ground is anyone’s guess!
Below are images (and behind the scenes snaps) taken at the Photo Walk. For images taken by participants in the Fremantle Photo Walk, head on to our Flickr Group or check hashtag #freophotowalk2013 on social media!
See you at next year’s Fremantle Photo Walk!