Jostling for po­si­tion at peak times

NPhoto - - Road Trip -

Well-known lo­ca­tions are often busy at peak shoot­ing times. I was the first per­son at the sum­mit of The Old Man, but it wasn’t more than five min­utes be­fore oth­ers ar­rived. Even­tu­ally, six tripods lined the edge and I no­ticed oth­ers nudg­ing their cam­eras back and forth a few inches. From around 300m away, mov­ing even ten me­tres side to side makes al­most no dif­fer­ence to the shot, es­pe­cially when go­ing wide and in­clud­ing min­i­mal fore­ground, so their jostling was a lit­tle fruit­less.

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