A tripod is typically the second or third major purchase for photographers.
Many types of photography simply cannot be accomplished without one.
There are as many tripods out there in the marketplace as camera bodies, so it can be challenging to choose one.
In this free guide, Charles Haacker walks you through what to look for in a tripod, and additionally, what you should avoid.
Here is what he covers:
- Tripods in General
- Don’t buy cheap
- Weight (carbon fiber vs. aluminum)
- Center columns
- Friction vs. crank
- Low columns (reversible)
- Ball heads
- Pan heads
- Quick releases
If you are thinking of investing in a tripod or are interested in learning how to use your tripod more effectively, this is the guide for you.
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Photo Credit: Charles Haacker