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Camera Supports

By Ashley Myers-Turner
For tack-sharp images, using the right camera support is the ultimate answer. Whether you need an ultracompact and portable tripod for location shoots, a hi-hat for unique spaces or a studio stand ready to hold and tether your computer, there's a support solution to match your requirements. Here are some…

Camera Supports

Using the right support system can make all the difference between a blurry and a sharp photo or shaky and smooth video clips.
By Kim Castleberry
Using the right support system can make all the difference between a blurry and a sharp photo or shaky and smooth video clips. The key factor is figuring out what kind of shooting you like to do the most and then choosing the most appropriate option. Whether it's a tripod…

Tripods & Supports

A tripod is the most dependable way to gain absolute sharpness in any situation and at any shutter speed
By David Willis
Technologies like image stabilization and high-sensitivity sensors have made it easier to shoot handheld, but they have also made it easy to forget that a tripod is the most dependable way to gain absolute sharpness in any situation and at any shutter speed. Tripods keep the excess noise produced by…

Tripods & Supports

You probably know that tripods can make a huge difference in getting sharper pictures, but buying a tripod definitely isn’t as exciting as buying a new camera or lens.
By Rob Sheppard
You probably know that tripods can make a huge difference in getting sharper pictures, but buying a tripod definitely isn't as exciting as buying a new camera or lens. Owning a good tripod is a bit like flossing—you know you should do it, but other things just get more attention.…

Use Your Head

Maybe the most important part of your tripod is the head. That’s why many tripod makers give you options, and most tripod designs have removable heads so you can switch them out or upgrade.
By Jon Canfield
Maybe the most important part of your tripod is the head. That's why many tripod makers give you options, and most tripod designs have removable heads so you can switch them out or upgrade. The type of photography you do—and whether you'll be using your camera's video-recording capabilities—play into the…

Support Your Gear

Even if you have very steady hands and a stabilized lens or camera, for the sharpest images possible, using a tripod or other camera support is the only surefire solution.
By David Willis
Even if you have very steady hands and a stabilized lens or camera, for the sharpest images possible, using a tripod or other camera support is the only surefire solution. Camera supports also are indispensable for keeping your camera in place for meticulous compositions; and if you're a fan of…
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