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Dealing with crowds: 8 Tips

Dealing with crowds: 8 Tips

Photographing in large cities and popular tourist areas can cause frustrations – people wandering in front of you, too many people in a scene, the “action” not occurring when/where you would like, etc. In many ways, it’s like the urban equivalent of wildlife photography!

So how do you embrace such challenges? Read on for 8 strategies to overcome crowds.

Fly Fishing on the South Platte River

Fly Fishing on the South Platte River

I don’t fish, but that doesn’t mean I don’t like going fishing. In particular I enjoy fly fishing as it’s generally more active and engaging, especially if you’re not the one actually fishing. From a photography standpoint, the cool casting and constant movement doesn’t hurt either.

Japow (Japan + Powder) Trip Recap

Japow (Japan + Powder) Trip Recap

Late this winter I had the opportunity to check off one of my bigger bucket-list items: skiing in Japan. If you’re a skier or snowboarder, you know what I’m talking about. If you’re not, here’s a quick run down.

Fall Colors in the Colorado Rockies – San Juans

Fall Colors in the Colorado Rockies – San Juans

This is post #2 recapping fall trips in Colorado. See the first post here.

Fall Colors in the Colorado Rockies – RMNP

Fall Colors in the Colorado Rockies – RMNP

Chasing the fall colors in Colorado is probably on every landscape photographer’s bucket list. Having recently moved back to the state, I was eager to join the chase as well.

Over two weekends in latter half of September I revisited some of my favorite areas of the state.