An “L” bracket is used to quickly switch the orientation of a camera on a tripod head from horizontal (landscape) to vertical (portrait) mode. In addition, in portrait mode, it puts the center of gravity of the camera directly over the tripod otherwise with a ball head, the camera is off to one side!
- Fotobug - Episode 184 - Tips for Better Photos!How about some great photo tips for your summer shoots! In recent photography news, Arsenal has a Kickstarter AI project that will automatically set your camera settings depending upon current light conditions.. Fred and Jim wonder if this is really necessary or even desirable! Binded is a new free service for ensuring no one is stealing […]
- Fotobug - Episode 184 - Tips for Better Photos!
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