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Swedes are way too polite to punch you for taking their picture in
public. If you smile at random strangers on the street, you can get
away with a lot.
Wildlife photography in Sweden near the populated/touristed areas
consists mostly of lugging an 800mm lens after birds in sanctuaries. If
you don't have a 600mm lens or longer, you probably should leave this to
In the vast forests of the north there are substantial numbers of moose
Sweden is a very tripod-friendly country. If you were to ask nicely,
you could probably bring a tripod into all kinds of places that would be
out of the question in the U.S.
Bring a perspective-correction lens for the architecture.
a 17mm lens tilted up
a 24mm PC lens shifted up
Where to buy supplies and equipment
Here's some advice harvested from photo.net
- As for camera shops I would recommend Kameradoktorn near
subwaystation Stureplan. The lab that most pro uses is Diabolaget on
"Brahegatan" near subwaystation Stadion
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