Stand on some­thing hard

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Avoid set­ting your tri­pod up on some­thing soft like sand. Your tri­pod will slowly sink into the sand, even if it looks sturdy at first glance. Be­cause of this slow move­ment, if you need to shoot slow shut­ter speeds your im­ages will be blurred. It’s bet­ter to set the tri­pod legs on some­thing hard, like nearby rocks, to hold it steady. You can also weigh down tripods with your cam­era bag and a bungee cord or rope to stop it sway­ing in the wind.

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