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When­ever you’re shoot­ing land­scapes, ad­vises Chris, it’s al­ways a good idea to leave your tri­pod low to the ground when you’re not shoot­ing; you never know when a gust of wind might tip it, and your ex­pen­sive cam­era, over, es­pe­cially when it’s in a protective bag, which will act like a sail in strong wind. Just trip­ping on a tri­pod leg is enough to make it top­ple, and could spell the end of a shoot, if not a lens. As with many things in photography, this is just one of those habits that’s worth get­ting into.

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