By Carolyn E. Wright | Thursday, October 23, 2014
Humans are among the most popular photographic subjects—of course. But when do you need a model release form before clicking the shutter or displaying those photos?
By Jeff Carlson | Tuesday, August 5, 2014
At Sparks Lake in Oregon, my fellow workshop participants and I parked in a designated lot in pre-dawn darkness. We unloaded our gear and snaked along a short, well-maintained trail to the lake’s edge and set up cameras and tripods on a rocky, raised overlook.
The sky, unfortunately cloudless, treated us to blue and purple hues as the sun rose to the right of two mountains, Broken Top and South Sister. I composed and captured a variety of images, and then noticed the sun was starting to break across the peak of Broken Top.
Just as I was setting up a new composition, I spied movement in my viewfinder. Another photographer came scrabbling along a tiny spit of rocks I was using to frame the mountaintop’s reflection and set up his tripod.
In my shot.
What’s the proper etiquette when you’re shooting on location?
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