Friends in the UK, the latest issue of Digital Photographer magazine is out and includes a page featuring advice from me on how to deal with other photographers on location. If you spot a copy on newsstands or you subscribe to the magazine, post it on Twitter and tag me at @jeffcarlson.
I came to their attention after I wrote a column for Lynda.com about photographer etiquette. In the short interview, I talk about dealing with people who get in your shot, respecting territory, and being mindful of the shooting environment.
The piece is accompanied by three of my photos where other photographers appear. The one at Sparks Lake in Oregon inspired the original column, while in the other two, I deliberately included the photographers in the shots (to show the scale of the trees and to give a sense of how many people came out for a sunrise at Pittock Mansion in Portland).
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Very enjoyable and helpful read, Jeff. Thanks for sharing.