DIF­FI­CULT LO­CA­TIONS – AND HOW TO DEAL WITH THEM

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SLOP­ING HILL­SIDES

it’s dif­fi­cult to set up on steep, slop­ing hills, but good tripods al­low you to set the legs at var­i­ous an­gles. if pos­si­ble, use a pre-set an­gle, so the legs don’t move dur­ing the ex­po­sure.

SANDY BEACHES

On beaches, tripods can sink into the sand – a prob­lem dur­ing long ex­po­sures. if your tri­pod has spikes, jam the legs deep into the sand or shin­gle be­fore ex­pos­ing.

WOOD­LAND AND FOR­EST

the slight­est breeze can blur fo­liage. Wait un­til it’s calm, and if nec­es­sary in­crease the isO to get a faster shut­ter speed. Re­view the im­age and check ev­ery de­tail is sharp.

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