The first photograph on a trip is always the most difficult. Adam Burton discusses a trip to Jasper National Park where he thought a shot of Pyramid Lake might elude him
The first few days of any photography trip are usually the most difficult. With new locations to explore, and sometimes jet lag to deal with, the first few days should be a relaxed affair, but for me they are the exact opposite. I always feel compelled to capture something special early on, whether that is a prominent vista or just a colourful sunrise, to take the pressure off myself. Once that first winner is bagged, I can relax and really start to enjoy my photography. This trip was going to be no exception, and after looking at the forecast for sunrise I was already putting the pressure on myself to …
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