I’ve covered this topic several times on the photography roundtable podcast, and it truly pains me and bothers me that I have to cover it again.
Photography etiquette is becoming a HUGE issue in the world.
I’m hearing more and more stories about photographers being rude, not taking care of photo locations, and wreaking havoc on our national parks.
It’s up to us, the photographers, to be ambassadors to these beautiful places.
W must stop dropping the ball and speak up.
The time of poor photography etiquette and ruining gorgeous locations must end now.
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