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Sharp Photos When You Can’t Use A Tripod

Monday, March 1, 2010

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Sharp Photos When You Can’t Use A Tripod

While nothing will beat a tripod-mounted camera for sharpness, there are times we cannot use a tripod. Many busy historic building as well as park locations prohibit their use. Sometimes we have to travel light and cannot take a tripod. Or maybe we are street shooting at night and can’t take a tripod. Regardless of […]

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Essential Camera Support – The L-Plate

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

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Essential Camera Support – The L-Plate

I wanted to take a quick post and describe a piece of camera support gear worth it’s weight in gold but often overlooked by most photographers. Regardless of subject, a stable shooting platform will give you the ultimate in sharpness as well as other tremendous benefits. Most discussions center around the need for a stable […]

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Tips on Using a Monopod

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

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You may have heard me say that I shoot with a tripod 95% of the time. More accurately what I mean to say is that I shoot with some sort of support for my camera 95% of time. This can be a tripod, a bean bag, or even a monopod. A monopod can be a […]

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