A person, or group of people, that line up with fancy cameras and make lovely copies of "iconic" landscapes or scenery.
Japanese tour groups tend to be photopenguins.
A group of photopenguins is called a "Click."
Hey, did you see that Click of Photopenguins all lined up taking photos of that trite barn?
Haven't we all seen that photo done a million times?
How many times does that image need to be regurgitated?
Can't they go find something new to photograph on their own?
Do they have any sort of artistic sensibility, or do they need to be told what is worth capturing?