Tips for safer photography sessions


posted on 13th of december, 2012

I just read a recent article about a woman who was killed by a train while photographing another train coming from the opposite direction. It is a tragic situation that could have been avoided, but this woman is certainly not the first photographer to put herself into a risky situation for a photo. It is likely that many of us take on risks for this craft. The two questions are: 1) Do we even realize that we are in a risky situation? 2) What do we do to reduce the risk?

I invite all of you to share your ideas on how to make our photography sessions safer for ourselves and clients. I'll begin with a few ideas.


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Comments (4)

Posted by Chanevy on December 15, 2012
Wonderful tips. It,s easy to get caught up in the moment, by thinking ahead everyone can be much safer. Thank you.
Posted by Egomezta on December 13, 2012
Great blog, very useful. Thanks for sharing.
Posted by Peanutroaster on December 13, 2012
I always cringe around the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone when I visit there. Actually I avoid it now. Too many morons going over the barriers to take I guess what they think is the ultimate photo - looking straight down the cliffs. Or going up to a bison with their little point and shoot. When we lived next to Acadia Nat. Park in Maine each season a touron would be swept out to sea.



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