Pho­to Walk gets snap­ping Sa­tur­day in Hud­son

Open to shut­ter­bugs of all abi­li­ties

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For the fourth year in a row, a pho­to­gra­phy event brin­ging to­ge­ther shut­ter­bugs of abi­li­ties will take place Sa­tur­day in Hud­son. Jen­ni­fer Frez­za, a pro­fes­sio­nal pho­to­gra­pher from Saint-La­zare, will again lead this year’s edi­tion of the Scott Kel­by World­wide Pho­to Walk, a free event open to pho­to­gra­phers of all abi­li­ties.

To date, some 29,194 re­gis­te­red wal­kers will par­ti­ci­pate in 1,333 pho­to walks ta­king place this year across the globe.

A pho­to walk is a chance for pho­to­gra­phers of all ages and abi­li­ties to ga­ther for a sort of pho­to­gra­phy jam ses­sion while on a na­ture walk. It’s open to eve­ryone from bud­ding pho­to­gra­phers with dis­po­sable ca­me­ras, to pro­fes­sio­nals with top-of-the-line equip­ment.

“People just walk to­ge­ther and take pic­tures of any­thing that catches their at­ten­tion,” Frez­za ex­plai­ned.

She has plan­ned this year’s rout to in­clude a walk through the San­dy Beach Na­ture Park along the Lake of Two Moun­tains. The na­ture part of the walk will end near the Hud­son Yacht Club. Par­ti­ci­pants will then stroll through down­town Hud­son to capture images there. A post walk mee­ting will take place at Cun­nin­gham’s Pub, lo­ca­ted at 84, rue Ca­me­ron in Hud­son.

Fol­lo­wing the walk, par­ti­ci­pants will upload their fa­vou­rite pho­to - edi­ted or asis - on­to the Pho­to Walk web­site where the best of the group’s shots will be cho­sen.

The Hud­son pho­to walk will take place Oct. 13 from 8:45 a.m. to noon. Wal­kers, who are re­min­ded to dress for the wea­ther, will meet in the par­king lot of the Hud­son Com­mu­ni­ty Centre, lo­ca­ted at 394, rue Main. The event is free for adults and kids 10-years-old or up, though wal­kers must re­gis­ter by going to: www.ka­za­pho­to­gra­phy.com or www.world­wi­de­pho­to­walk.com and going to the Hud­son lo­ca­tion.

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