I recently took a trip to Cuba. My only plan was to try to meet up with a few relatives who live there and to do some photography. I was originally going to go by myself but a friend and fellow photographer decided he wanted to go as well. In the past I have walked around Chicago with this friend and I've noticed that every time I took a photograph, he would come behind me and take a photo of the same subject from the same angle. It annoyed me slightly but I just pushed it aside and kept shooting. At times I would take a picture of some random object just to see if he would follow along and on every single occasion he would take the same photo. Fast forward to Cuba and it was the same thing. Every single time I photographed something or someone, he was right there waiting for me to move so he could photograph the same thing. I finally asked him if he'd like to split up for a little while and go do our own things in an attempt to allow each of us to photograph something different but he was unwilling to do that. To make an already long story shorter, I didn't take a whole lot of pictures while I was there. I shoot film with a Gw690iii so I only get 8 shots per roll. I'm very selective of what I do shoot. He shoots digital and pretty much was able to shoot an unlimited amount of pictures. At one point when I pointed out that we should try to photograph different things, his response was that we just have the same eye and that since I was shooting film, my photographs would look different. I'm still in the process of developing my film while he has processed a number of his photos already. I've already noticed a trend in that every photo I've scanned, he has already shared a photo of the same subject with our group of friends. A large part of me feels like I'm overreacting by being annoyed by this as well as being childish but it really does annoy me. Has anyone else experienced a situation like this? What did you do or say to stop it? Should I just get over it and stop being annoyed? I've never experienced anything like this with any of the other photographers I've shot with.