Enduring hard travel just to have your photo ruined by other people is the worst!
You have spent thousands of dollars and hours upon hours to travel to the end of the world. You have fought blizzards, been stuck in snowdrifts, driven off the roads several times, destroyed your rental car, survived freezing nights, questioned several times why you were born with such an adventurous spirit that always brings you to the edge of what is possible for humans to endure, and finally arrived at your exotic, rough, and cold Nordic destination.
You battle the harsh winds, setting up your gear, and with frozen fingers, you adjust your ballhead, finding your composition and framing the shot. And, just when you are about to hit the shutter, some bloody wannabe landscape photographer walks into your frame.
You can feel how your body starts to heat up, how the rage builds up in your head, remembering all you have endured just to get this perfect exotic and unique photo, just to have it completely ruined by a person walking into your frame! It is not as if that person endured all you did, right? You came so far, and then, such an egomaniac just walks into your frame?! I mean, how inconsiderate can you be?! Who does that person think he is ruining your unique experience?! With the rage having built up to maximum level, you remember how to easily remove people from your frame: yell at them really, really loudly!
The local Icelandic photographer Óli Haukur, who often finds himself in these situations, shows in the short video above the best way to remove people from your frame. (Beware there's a bit of language.)