What do you need for your Clickin Walk?

While we really just need YOU there, here are a few things that we like to have on hand:

A camera. Whether it’s a DSLR, film camera, point and shoot, mirrorless or even a cell phone, bring your camera so that you can create beautiful images alongside other photographers.

•Your favorite lenses and accessories. Bring the gear that lets you create the kind of work you love! The Clickin Walk is the perfect opportunity to use those creative tools that might not get a lot of love during the rest of the year (prisms, vintage lenses, etc.).

One or more fully-charged camera batteries. There is nothing more sad than running out of power when a photographic opportunity presents itself!

At least two memory cards. We want you to take LOTS of photos so be sure to have enough space on your cards to handle it.

A comfortable bag. You are going to need a place to stash the gear you aren’t using at any given moment, so choose something that allows you to do so without breaking your back!

An outfit that you can move around in. We’ve been known to squat, climb, jump, crawl, stretch, and hang while composing the perfect frame! Wear clothes that allow you to move freely and comfortably so that you aren’t held back from getting your shot by your outfit.

Water and/or snacks. It’s hard work walking around and creating amazing photographs! Be sure to keep yourself hydrated and fueled while participating in your Clickin Walk. If you are bringing the kids, be sure to bring extras for them!

Your special point of view. Look for the unique when you’re out: everyone will want to photograph the city landmark, but only you will see the details and moments that speak to you. Be an observer so that you can capture the objects, characters, and stories that others might miss.

Questions? Contact us at support@clickandcompany.com

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