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「ColorOS Know How」5 REASONS WHY A PHOTOGRAPHER NEEDS A TRIPOD

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Hello ColorOS Fans,


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I am Satyam here again with my another article. In this article i am going to tell you the main reason for using tripods. One piece of photography equipment that I highly recommend is a tripod. In today's post, I want to explain exactly why you need a tripod for photography, so you can understand the benefits to your photography of lugging around an extra bit of kit.

1.Photographing long exposure

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If you want to do any kind of photography with shutter speeds longer than around 1/60th of a second, you are going to need a tripod so you don't end up with blurry images as a result of your hand movements.


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A perfect example of when you're going to need a tripod is for long exposure photography – where you try to capture the movement of the world around you by opening the shutter for periods of time measured in seconds – and sometimes minutes.

2. Photographing in low light

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If you're not familiar with the exposure triangle, here's a quick recap. It's the way we describe the relationship between the exposure of the image, and the three tools we have at our disposal to manage that exposure – shutter speed, aperture and ISO. Changing any of these three options directly affects the exposure, and they all work together to create the final look of the image. Unfortunately, in any given scene there is only so much light to work with. As the day falls to dusk, or when we're shooting inside, there might not be very much light available. Our options to increase light we capture are to widen the aperture (thus decreasing the depthof field), to increase the ISO (making the image more noisy), or to reduce the shutter speed (making the image susceptible to hand shake).


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Ideally you don't want to decrease the aperture as that affects the depth of field of the image. You also don't really want to increase the ISO, as noisy images are less than desirable. So the only solution is to use lower shutter speeds – down to the slowest you can go without capturing unwanted motion in the shot, before adjusting the aperture and ISO. And those slow shutter speeds are going to need, of course, a tripod so as to avoid the blur introduced by your hand movement! More here on the exposure triangle, and on how the different parts of the camera work together to create the shot.

3. Time Lapses

I don’t do a great many time lapses, but when I do, I do them on a tripod. A time lapse, in case you’re not aware, is a sequence of images shot a certain number of seconds apart, and then turned into a video which speeds up the action. It’s hugely important that the frames are aligned, so a tripod is absolutely essential to time lapse photography.


4. Photographing Landscapes

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Landscapes are one of my favourite subjects to photograph – as regular readers will no doubt be aware! For landscape photography, one of the most important camera settings to be aware of is the aperture – we want to use an aperture of at least f/8 and up to f/16 for the majority of landscape shots, ensuring we get a wide depth of field with everything clearly in focus.

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Since increasing the ISO will introduce noise to the image, our only option is to reduce the shutter speed, which, (you’ve guessed it!), means we’re going to need to sit the camera on a tripod to avoid hand shake. As a guideline, anything under 1/60th of a second shutter speed is inadvisable for handheld photography.

5.To Overcome Hand Shakiness

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A tripod can help those who have a difficult time holding their camera still for regular photos, whether from age, illness, or a disorder such as essential tremor or Parkinson's Disease. Whilst in body and lens stabilization systems can help in these situations, if you still find yourself with blurry photos due to your hands shaking, a tripod can definitely help fix this and ensure you get sharp photos every time.


Okay So i have some topics described above to uses  of tripod. Hope you all liked it & also i wnat to thank @Amit_T for helping me in writting thread.
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