PMGphotog wrote in post #17967948
Watched that video last week, it was very amusing. Also the one you added "Ones that push you around in the photo pit (relevant to me as I do live music photo)" Same here when there is no need for it if people communicate with each other.
I'd like to add a third one relating to live music.
People who walk in front of your camera as you are shooting or lining up a shot. This really gets to me especially when there is space behind you. Personally if it's tight in the photo pit I wait for someone to chimp or point their camera down before giving them a light tap on the shoulder and then walk past to get to where I need to be. Common courtesy but sometimes it's not so common
I have accidentally walked into someone's shot, but given the fact that she is really short in height, what did that person expect me to do? Crawl on the ground? I did apologise to her, but I think she still hates me for it, though I do try to avoid her like the plague, though it wasn't my fault. But also I have had the same thing with people just meandering around the pit, not getting out of the way of the stage view, at the time, I didn't know how to crop photos.
Another annoying ones are those who like to push their lens into the stage when I'm taking a photo trying to be "arty farty" with their photography