- What is a Photo Walk?
A group of photo enthusiasts walking about taking pictures of whatever they find interesting is a photo walk. And while we are doing this we discuss about different photographic tips and techniques.
- How do I join a walk?
You just show up at the meeting point announced on the Announcement section of this site at the mentioned time and introduce yourself.
- Where do I register myself for the walks?
You don’t; we don’t believe in formalities.
- Are there any fees?
- What kind of photographic knowledge/experience do I need to have to join?
We honestly don’t care. You can be a newbie who wants to learn photography, a professional who wants to share photographic knowledge or someone who is interested to hang out with a bunch of photo enthusiasts; we welcome everyone.
- What kind of photographic equipment do I need to have?
Absolutely anything is fine. A camera phone, a compact digital, a digital SLR or even larger formats.
- How often do the photowalks take place?
Our photo walks take place every Saturday except one Saturday every month when we have our PhotoTalk program.
- Where do the photowalks take place?
Our photowalks are held in and around Kathmandu valley most of the time. Sometimes we have a full day trip when we go a little further than usual. Twice a year we have trips outside Kathmandu valley, these trips usually last from two to four days.
- When are the photowalks announced?
The time, destination and sometimes the themes of photo walks are announced two days before the walk in the Announcement section of this site; a photo walk that is going to take place on Saturday will be announced by Thursday evening.
- Who arranges the transportation and other logistics for the photowalks?
Unless its an out of Kathmandu trip, nobody does. The participants have to take care of everything themselves. For trips outside the valley we do take care of everything and the details are mentioned in the announcement.
If you want to know more please use the Contact page to send us your queries.