Photowalks in São Paulo




Click a Pé

Coordinated by Mariana Orsi, this is the group that gathers the largest number of people on each photowalk, a few hundred. I'm sure that you will make some new friends :). They also organize exclusive photowalks in places that in order to photograph without them you will need special permissions.

Frequency: Monthly

Cost: Free

Level: Amateur and Professionals

Site: clickape.com.br


FotoJornada

Coordinated by André Douek, as far as I know, it is the oldest group in São Paulo because their photowalks happen for over 20 years. The group already had other names throughout its history, beginning with Caminhada Fotográfica and later Jornada Fotográfica. You can learn more about the history of the group, support it, and get extra rewards (paid) here.

Frequency: Monthly

Cost: Free

Level: Amateur and Professionals

Site: www.fotojornada.com.br


Foto Rolê

Created from the initiative of Rafael Franco who wanted to learn photography and therefore needed to practice it. Their photowalks typically happen in São Paulo and nearby cities during the weekend. In addition to meeting new people, exchanging ideas and making friends, all you need to join them is respect and education with people and the public patrimony, besides not bothering to be photographed and have your photos published on social networks. Easy, right?

Frequency: Monthly

Cost: Free

Level: Amateur and Professionals

Site: Foto Rolê on Facebook


Foto Cine Clube Bandeirante

The club, which also offers photography courses, was founded in 1939. They organize photowalks since 2000. Their photowalks take place in the city of São Paulo and nearby cities.

Frequency: Monthly

Cost: Free (ask for 2kg of non-perishable food for donations)

Level: Amateur and Professionals

Site: www.fotoclub.art.br/passeios.html





The groups below offer sporadic photowalks.


Senac Tatuapé

Senac photography teachers accompany the group on a walk somewhere in our city with the goal of exchanging experiences with students and professionals in the field of photography, as well as documenting the daily life, culture and customs of an era.

Cost: Free

Level: Amateur and Professionals

Site: www.facebook.com/senactatuape/


FotoCultura

Coordinated by Yuri Bittar, photowalks happen since 2008, usually in the city of São Paulo, seeking to combine photography, culture, and citizenship.

Cost: Free

Level: Amateur and Professionals

Site: www.fotocultura.net/index.php/saidas-fotocultura


SP da garoa

Rafael Gushiken, founder of SP da garoa, organizes photowalks in São Paulo that bring together dozens of people, including popular instagrammers of São Paulo. In addition to photowalks, SP da garoa also promotes photo exhibitions.

Cost: Free

Level: Amateur and Professionals

Site: spdagaroa.com.br





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