Do you ever have a problem with people coming standing in front of your tripod blocking the view once you've set up?
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03-04-2011, 02:46 PM #19
03-04-2011, 02:59 PM #20
In the mid-Main St. picture you can see that I did. However, I didn't have my tripod extended all the way up, so could have potentially 'cropped' some of those people out just by being over their heads. It doesn't ever seem to be a problem if I'm in the hub (the blue fireworks pic), I don't know why that is, maybe because there's not that much room for as many people as standing directly in the middle of the street.Countless times as a child, FWCabins (11/92), Off Property (07/95), ASMu~, (04/97), ASMo (08/02), ASMo (04/06), Day Trip to MK (12/06), PC (07/08), PC (06/09), PC (10/10), ASMu (08.09/12), PC (01/13)
03-04-2011, 03:03 PM #21
03-04-2011, 03:09 PM #22Countless times as a child, FWCabins (11/92), Off Property (07/95), ASMu~, (04/97), ASMo (08/02), ASMo (04/06), Day Trip to MK (12/06), PC (07/08), PC (06/09), PC (10/10), ASMu (08.09/12), PC (01/13)
03-06-2011, 03:18 PM #23
03-06-2011, 03:24 PM #24
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My tripod was free, I use my mums shoulders
03-10-2011, 03:43 PM #25
The closer you are to the castle, a few things happen -
1) you have to point your camera up, so the bottom of the frame is farther from the ground - thus less heads
2) people have been lined up there a lot longer and most are sitting down for the show. People get tired of standing after a while.
I have set up a tripod right in front of the Photopass guy on Main Street a lot of times. Like TT said, you just gotta be conscious of people walking by. But its defintiely do-able.
When looking for a tripod, I'd suggest getting one light weight. Carbon Fiber or aluminum. Because carrying it around all day gets heavy after a while...