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When you are taking photos, do you use a tripod?


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    Mary Wickison (Blond Logic) 4 years ago

    I found the same, I wasn't a convert until I used one.

    Thanks for your response.

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    Mary Wickison (Blond Logic) 4 years ago

    It sounds like you have a steadier hand than I do. Thanks for the answer.

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    Mary Wickison (Blond Logic) 4 years ago

    You are right, better to get a shot, than not. I have been in our garden here in Brazil and wished I had brought the camera out. By the time I run to the house, the bug, bird, animal has gone.

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    Mary Wickison (Blond Logic) 4 years ago

    My husband is the same. For birds it is often a waiting game. Often with a camera poised muscle fatigue begins. I think a tripod, for many pictures, is the difference between a good photo and a great photo. Thanks

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    Mary Wickison (Blond Logic) 4 years ago

    I love macro photography, there is so much we miss with the normal eye. Thanks for taking the time to answer and explain.

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    Mary Wickison (Blond Logic) 4 years ago

    I find a lightweight one is helpful and sometimes take it with me for landscapes etc.

    Thanks for the advice.

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    Mary Wickison (Blond Logic) 4 years ago

    Yes, this seems to be similar to many who are on the go. Stop, aim, shoot. Thanks for your response.

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    Mary Wickison (Blond Logic) 4 years ago

    You must have steadier hands than I do. Even my pictures at the beach seem to be on a slope.