Loculars is teaming up with local Spanish photographer Juan Carlos Heredia and American travel photographer Hillary Fox to host a photowalk in Madrid!

Join us on Saturday, 29 October at 5pm at the Plaza de Oriente and bring your camera — any camera will do! Hang out, ask questions, and get to know your fellow photographers while getting to know Madrid. The route will take us from Plaza de Oriente, to Catedral de la Almudena, Palacio, Real, Plaza de España and down to the beautiful Templo de Debod.

manfrotto-tripod-madid-photowalk-giveaway-locularsFree Giveaway

We are giving away a free Light Manfrotto 290 tripod (perfect for travel photographers!) with a retail value of €149 to one lucky photographer from the Madrid Photowalk.

Simply “like” us on Facebook and post your best photos from the walk to Facebook or Instagram with the #Loculars hashtag. The winner will be selected and announced on November 1st!

Meet Us in Madrid

We’re meeting in Madrid at Plaza de Oriente, in front of the monument to Felipe IV. For more information or to RSVP, check out our event on Facebook or on Meetup.com.

Tag Your Photos

Be sure to tag your photos from the walk with #Loculars for a chance to win.


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