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Home > Photos-Photography, Shared Items, Tips > Noted: Beginner’s Guide to Tripods via Digital Photography School

Noted: Beginner’s Guide to Tripods via Digital Photography School

September 27th, 2014

Beginner’s Guide to Tripods via Digital Photography School

Beginner’s Guide to Tripods via DIgital Photography School

The lowly tripod – the unsung hero behind so many fantastic shots – finally gets its day in the spotlight here on dPS.

Do you want to photograph the stars? You’ll need a tripod. Want to get silky smooth waterfall photos? Yep tripod again. Need to photograph an HDR to extend the dynamic range of your scene? Oh yes, tripod required there too.

Basically, if you want to do anything more than point and shoot, you’ll need to bring your three legged friend along with you.

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