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You may have heard of Trey Ratcliff. After a slow start, his Stuck in Customs blog grew in popularity as did his HDR techniques and vivid style of landscape photography. He’s now one of the most popular and influential photographers on the web. Alistair Arthur
Three years ago I attended one of Trey’s photowalks. The New York City event was organized with the help of Scott Wyden and B&H. The turnout was impressive. It was the spectacle as hundreds of photographers walked down Broadway toward Bowling Green. At one point we chased away by New York City police who thought we were part of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
After the photowalk I had the opportunity to have dinner with Trey and a select few of the photographers. He’s doing it again, in New York City, this Thursday 6 August from 5pm, with the walk starting at 7pm. It’s sure to be fun. Being around Trey is magical.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]