All posts tagged Tripod

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Behind the Shot with Michael Strickland

Behind the Shot With Michael Strickland The spring and summer in Kansas is my favorite time of year. Large, sometimes incredibly severe thunderstorms come tearing through the plains, wrecking havoc […]

Jessie Briggs

Photo of the Week: Starry Skies over Long Pond

Photo of the Week September 20th, 2013 This focus-stacked image definitely required a solid tripod. I changed the focus on each of the 4 shots. I just used a flashlight […]

Photo by Scott Stulberg

Photo of the Week: Grand Canyon Lightning

Photo of the Week September 13th, 2013 Image Copyright © 2013 Scott Stulberg. All rights reserved.

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Behind the Shot with Faran Najafi

I Love Architecture Photography By Faran Najafi Hello readers, I would like to thank Mark Gvazdinskas and the RRS team for giving me this opportunity to share my story and […]

Photo by Patricia Davidson

Photo of the Week: Lower South Falls

Photo of the Week August 30th, 2013 “First time I visited Silver Falls State Park in the fall. I’m glad I made the trip as it felt so magical to […]

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Behind the Shot with Scott Wyden Kivowitz

Every so often photographers face challenges that are begging to be faced and won. During a recent trip to Valdosta, Georgia I faced such a situation. While there our cousin […]

"Hayden" by Mark Gvazdinskas

Old Stomping Grounds

Old Stomping Grounds by Mark Gvazdinskas A couple months back I found myself in a creative rut constantly shooting seascapes. I needed a change of pace and Colorado was my […]

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Tripod Platform Set Screws

When using a tripod with a Quick-Column, it’s important that the platform be securely mounted to prevent accidental twisting, and to keep the tripod head and platform separate when removing […]

"Ghosts" by David Thompson

Behind the Shot with David Thompson

For the last year, I have found myself wanting to see and photograph different locations. The locations that have sparked my interest have been locations that are remote, obscure, and […]