If you're a shutterbug like me, your photography hobby can get stale through time if you don't constantly go out and shoot. I think you will also agree with me that your precious camera will most likely only collect dust if you don't use it often. I mean - it will still collect dust even when you use it often, but at least it's for that reason. ;)
Okay. Don't feel guilty. Because you're not alone. Sometimes life gets in the way and I also "forget" that I have a camera hiding in my closet, waiting to be used
What is a photowalk?
1. Practice your photography and camera skills.
2. Learn from other photographers.
There is normally no skill level required when joining photowalks. Whether you're a professional or a very experienced photographer, a newbie or an enthusiast - there's always something new to learn. You may think that you already know everything there is know but you'll be suprised about the range of knowledge you can still gain from other photographers.
3. Explore other places.
4. Meet new friends.
5. Get the chance to show your photos to others.
*Group photos grabbed from Local Guides Cebu & Drift Stories