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I am going to White Mountain Forest (New Hampshire) and Acadia Park (Maine) in August. Any photographic related suggestions on those 2 beautiful parks?

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closed as off topic by chills42, ahockley, Rowland Shaw, Marc, Edd Jul 26 '10 at 16:19

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What exactly do you want to know? Equipment tips, location tips, landscape photography tips? – Marc Jul 23 '10 at 18:31

I can't help you with specific subjects to shoot, but I can definitely recommend that you bring a tripod of some sort. If you're hiking, I've had good luck w/ a Trekpod - this isn't as stable as a full-sized tripod, but it's great to have a device that does double-duty as a hiking stick, and it's invaluable when shooting landscapes.

I brought my Trekpod on a 10-day canoe trip earlier this summer, and not only did it help immensely with pictures, it also saved my butt a few times on portages when I was using it as a hiking stick.

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