Seascape Photography Mishaps.

This is what happens when you are teaching a photography workshop and leave your camera and tripod unattended. Bigger than expected swells can do a lot of damage. Smiling on the outside but crying on the inside, not the first time and certainly wont be the last time, Seascape Photography can be a cruel but rewarding profession.

Thanks Rob Featonby for the photo.

Darren J.

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One Response to Seascape Photography Mishaps.

  1. Tomitheos says:

    ouch! thanks for sharing this lesson Darren, I am certain that your portrait will serve as a warning to many and it may even prevent some future mishaps from your students

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