When I was inside the Wat Phra Kaew in Bangkok, it wasn’t the heat that disuaded me from taking pictures; it was the sheer number of tourists in the temple.
Coming in early, as soon as the temple opened, apparently was EVERYBODY’S idea to avoid the large crowd, which ironically, resulted in palace and temple grounds swarming with noisy tourists.
As majestic as the palace and the temples are, you’re forced to focus your camera upwards, as to avoid having unwanted people in your shots.
You’ve traveled 5,000 miles to London. You want a simple photo of the fountains of Trafalgar Square. But dash it all, other tourists keep walking in front of your camera.
Don’t despair. Use the Tourist Remover.
This free, new tool offered by Snapmania (www.snapmania.com) eliminates unwanted people, cars and other moving disruptions from photos.
Nifty, eh? I haven’t tried the service yet myself — you have to have three or more shots of the particular place/structure with varying placements of pesky tourists. This service is a definite must-try once I get a new camera.