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The other reason I don’t shoot on my Karijini photo Tour

September 18th, 2022
Kermits Pool in Hancock Gorge, Karijini National Park.

Following on from my previous post on why I don’t shoot on my karijini Photo tours Part 1

Why don’t I shoot on my Karijini Photo tour? (Part 2)

The other reason I don’t shoot while on my Karijini Photo Tour is about limited room at locations. Many of the locations in Karijini are narrow and shooting spots are few, so just 4 participants is the ideal number, especially without me hogging the best spot (not that I would do that anyway). If I don’t even carry camera gear then the temptation to shoot is completely removed. I get my photography fix vicariously by ensuring all of my group get their best shots.

Not carrying gear means I might end up carrying some of yours…

This also means that I can carry someones extra gear, especially for the climb back up the gorges, where camera gear seems to exponentially grow in weight with each step. Inevitably I wind up carrying someones camera bag, tripod or extra huge lens, and that works much better for me if my bag is nearly empty.

Hancock Gorge sunset reflections, Karijini National Park. Adam Monk Photo tour of Karijini

Where were these images taken?

The two images in this post are actual locations we shoot on my Karijini Photo Tour. I took these a couple of years back on a pre tour scouting trip with the Cambo WRC400 & Phase One IQ3-100 digital back. If you would like to read more about this tour click HERE>>

Read more about transport on my Karijini Photo tour HERE>>

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