I can’t remember how many times I have seen the same thing over and over again. I head down to the beach for a photo shoot and upon arrival all I see is footprints. Don’t get me wrong; people have a right to go there for a romantic stroll or to walk the dog. I am talking purely about the photographers who stand on anything and everything that comes their way.
I used to get upset about it, believing that they did it intentionally after they had finished their own shooting so that no one else could do any landscape photography at the same spot on the same day. Of course I was wrong and simply being paranoid. The case is that people don’t realise...
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