Bill Brooks Posted November 26, 2016 Share Posted November 26, 2016 Here is a blog post that should be required reading for every photographer. https://diglloyd.com/blog/2016/20161125_1800-destroying-to-make-the-picture.html It is one of the reasons why I only give an approximate location for my images, and certainly no GPS. An approximate location is enough for any editor client trying to write a caption, without attracting hordes of photographers. The blog post only refers to wilderness, but it also happens in the country and the city as well. Ask any city homeowner or a farmer residing at a good picture location. Trampled crops, gates left open, cattle stampeded, photographers parking in a city private driveway, trespass in backyards, the list goes on. Take nothing but pictures, do not even leave footprints. 4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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