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The 4 Worst Types Of Photographers You Probably Know

The School of Photography is having a bit of tongue-in-cheek fun, introducing 4 of the worst types of photographers in an amusing parody.

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A bit of fun for you today as The School of Photography has put an entertaining 5-minute video together that showcases 4 of the worst types of photographers that you probably know or will meet at some point.


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Included on their list are 'the purist', 'all the gear, no idea', 'the know-it-all' and 'the technical geek' but there are probably a few more stereotypes out there, too (comment below if you can think of some). 

Do remember this video is just for a bit of fun and The School of Photography hope you have as much fun watching this video as they did making it!

On a more serious note, The School of Photography has also put a great feature together where they compare an expensive camera with a cheap DSLR and they also have some top Autumn Photography tips to share with you, too. 

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altitude50 18 22.9k United Kingdom
2 Nov 2019 11:21AM
Last year I had my camera on a tripod set up with a ND filter during a long exposure on the very narrow strip of land above the steps leading down to Durdle Door, facing West.
A 'snapper' with a large DSLR,long lens, large tripod, large bag, barged in front of me, no excuse me, no patience to wait. Could easily have knocked me over and down the cliff (I was 75 at the time). I did shout a very rude word at him.
clicknimagine Plus
12 1.0k 105 India
7 Nov 2019 7:02AM
My wife says I am the worst photographer she has ever seen, because i can't get a fantastic photograph of her by her mobile...

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