DIFFICULT LOCATIONS – AND HOW TO DEAL WITH THEM
Follow these pro suggestions
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.
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.