Sometimes we arrive at a photo location to discover that the photograph that was originally planned is not possible due to weather or light conditions. As David Hay says, it always helps to have a plan B up your sleeve
Recently, I was helping to take a couple of Canadian photographers around the Glencoe area. They had particularly asked to be taken to the waterfall in Glen Etive where I had shot the black and white image shown in LPM Issue 42. I warned them that the photograph was taken after heavy rain and that the recent dry weather would mean that the side waterfalls in the foreground would be dry. Arriving at dawn, the small waterfalls were indeed dry and the vantage point for the main waterfall could only accommodate a couple of tri-pods, so the visitors were given the prime spot and I wandered off looking for …
Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 46 of Landscape Photography Magazine.