No matter what kind of tripod you use, it’s always good to know how to set it up for better stability and fewer chances of it tipping over…


A quick tip from Jared Polin, at! This might seem like an obvious one, but it’s pretty important to make sure your tripod is actually stable. There are a few different ways to do this, naturally it also depends on where and with what you are shooting. To start off, a good rule of thumb is to always keep the front leg lined up with the lens whenever possible. But what else can you do to have better stability and fewer chances of accidental shakes, wind movement or the whole lot tipping over? Let’s take a look…

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