“Your tripod and your camera must be well-fixed but your eyes and mind should be free.”
– Lawrence Sackmann
I find that “well fixing” the camera on the tripod limits me in every way, but particularly my wondering eyes and mind…
Now-a day cameras are fast enough, with motion stabilized lenses, with high enough ISO setting, to minimize motion effect even for very large prints!
I do not say never use a tripod but be aware of it’s tremendous restrain on your soaring creativity.
There are LOTS of situations where a tripod is beneficial.
I dont think you understand the use of tripods.
Reblogged this on donniebishop.
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