A tripod's something all photographers use, however many of us don't give them much consideration. Here, we give a round-up of the techniques we've posted all about tripods to help you understand why you need a support, why they're important and what you need to look for when buying one.
Take a look at our shooting examples of when you'll need a tripod and we've also got a few tips on how using your tripod can be made easier.
In this article, we list the things you need to consider before handing over money for a tripod. We have advice on the different sorts of tripods available as well as what you need to check before making your purchase.
Holding a camera steady is essential if you want to make the most of your camera and lens quality as no matter how good your camera equipment is, it won't stop movement spoiling your shot. Read on to see why you need a support and what types are out there. We also list some temporary support suggestions for times when you forget to pack your tripod.
As mentioned above, we believe tripods are essential tools for landscape photographers and here are 10 reasons to back this statement up.
Using a tripod / monopod when photographing motorsport isn't a must but as with all types of photography, it can help you perfect your shots. Why? Well we've listed four quick reasons, with a few tips thrown in, on why you should consider taking your support with you next time you're visiting a race track.
Here are a few reasons why you should take a tripod out with you next time you plan on shooting macro work.
A tripod is an essential part of an arsenal carried by any travel and nature photographer so you need to make sure you have the right one.
When using a tripod on terrain that is rocky, uneven, or hilly, there are a few things that you can do to make sure your tripod is as stable as it can be. Some of these tips may seem like common sense but they will hopefully help prevent any accidents such as your camera taking a plunge in a river!
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