Tripods are the most commonly used photography equipment for photographers, but not everyone knows how to use tripods correctly. Therefore, it is necessary to learn more about the common sense of the tripod, to ensure that during the shooting process, save time and effort, and well protect the camera.
1. Compose the picture first, then place the tripod
It takes a lot of effort to set up a simple tripod. When you are shooting in a wider range, you can carry the photo frame first, and then set up the tripod at that position after composing the image.
2. Don’t take photos with one leg of a tripod
Many novice photographers usually lack experience in using photography tripods. Therefore, it may happen to take pictures while riding one leg on a tripod. The correct method should be one leg in the direction of the lens. The advantage of this is to prevent the photographer’s legs from being moved to the tripod to cause damage to the camera.
3. Keep the axis of the tripod perpendicular to the ground
The center axis is perpendicular to the ground. Whether it is on a flat ground or in a complex environment, it represents the most stable tripod, with even force on the three legs. This can better ensure that the tripod will not overturn during use and cause damage to the camera.
Post time: Dec-11-2020