Jostling for position at peak times
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.