Since 2009, Nicholas Grundy has successfully mentored photo walk students towards producing wonderful images, regardless of whether they take their photos with a € 2,000 DSLR, a film rangefinder, a point and shoot, mobile phone, or even an egg! (Yes, you can take a photo with an egg. Ask me and I will show you how someday!) Nicholas Grundy is a self-taught photographer who started the lifelong learning process in 2006 when he first set off to explore the world with an old point and shoot camera. His first exhibition and award both occurred in 2008. Since then he’s received numerous commendations and his work has been exhibited in galleries in Europe and Australia. His photographs also appear on the cover of Tasmania 40 South Magazine and inside such publications as Time Magazine, The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, International Traveller and Australian Traveller Magazine. Nicholas’ fine art prints appear in the collections of the University of Melbourne and in various private homes and institutions across Australia, Europe and the United States. For some inspiration before the walk, check out Nicholas’ portfolios at nicholasgrundy.com. Many of the photographs found in his portfolio were created with point and shoot cameras, proving that you don’t need an expensive camera to create striking works. See if you can determine which photos were taken on a point and shoot instead of a DSLR – most people cannot!