Wednesday, 9 December 2020

No tripod required

Here's one from a recent early morning trip to Torver Common. This is Kelly Hall Tarn with Coniston Old Man in the distance.
I'm finding I'm using my tripod a lot less since switching to Olympus. The sync stabilisation in the 12-100mm Pro lens and camera body make it possible to easily handhold at shutter speeds down to 1/2 second. I like the freedom of exploring different compositions without the need to mess around setting up my tripod.

Olympus EM1 MKII with 12-100mm Pro, F8, 1/60th sec, ISO200, @18mm. Handheld

2 comments:

  1. Photography is one of the best field and many people want to join it because they want to make their future bright. I think, they should learn some basic experience and then join this field and enjoy a good life. Dissertation proposal writing service.

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  2. A table is a good basic alternative to a tripod. Though not as flexible as a real tripod, it does an excellent job of holding your camera steady in a single position. Pros: Tables especially give you a good base for a tripod

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