The power of remote working for photographers

Remote shooting with Neon Dreams studio
(Image credit: Future)

If you’re not familiar with the term, ‘remote shooting’ was something that emerged during the time of the first Covid-19 lockdown, when it felt like the established ways of life weren’t going to return anytime soon. While some people believed that they would be able to get back to the good old days of photoshoots in a matter of weeks, unfortunately, this wasn’t the case. 

So remote shooting – being able to take control of a camera literally anywhere in the world to shoot photos of the same quality – became a big deal. At first, I was skeptical, wondering if a few seconds would elapse after I pressed the trigger, meaning that I wouldn’t get the shot I wanted, but that wasn’t the case.

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Alistair Campbell

Alistair is the Features Editor of Digital Camera magazine, and has worked as a professional photographer and video producer.