Three years ago a man with a dream started a photo walk where it didn't matter if you were a professional photographer, an amateur videographer or a dude or girl with a camera you could come and experience a different side of Memphis. Johnny Meant johnnymeant hosted the Grind City Meet up to bring like minded people together. During the first one I met a guy named Eric, a guy that was intimidated but at the same time he was very welcoming. Eric made an impact on a lot of people on that first meet and even after. Sadly we lost him too soon in a freak accident October Eric was the kind of person that made you feel like family from the moment he shakes your hand.
The absolute best places to take pictures in Memphis
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Majestic river vistas and a downtown bathed in neon lights make striking backdrops for selfies, quick-action pictures and panoramic photos alike. While the whole town is photogenic, there are certain landmarks that really show off our good side. And, frankly, they make taking pictures an absolute dream. One of the best ways to get a view of our softer side is to visit the Wolf River Greenway, which features more than 36 miles of trails and connects the communities bordering the bottomlands, hardwood forest and wetland areas around its namesake river. The key word when it comes to Shelby Farms: variety.