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Keeping it simple .. against the wall? best way to go?

4 comments · save · last comment by Heather B. over 4 years ago

Rachel Phillips

Rachel P.

THE 1950'S,
United Kingdom

29 posts

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... Seeing as I have no tripod which means It's really hard for me to get a full length picture, would you say my work of piling up 3 of my recycling boxes and popping my camera on top did the trick?

over 4 years ago

#1
Kate P

Kate P.

LONDON,
United Kingdom

638 posts

Yes! :) It worked really well.

0 · August 12, 2010

#2
Heather Babcock

Heather B.

FLORIDA,
United States

109 posts

Very nice photo. They have good tripods at best buy. I got mine (which I made sure goes over 6ft tall) for 60 but they have cheaper ones there too that are nice. But as long as you can get it, the hardest is doing vertical but yeah, you can stack just about anything and use it, also one thing you could have done is (IF THE LENS FITS) but it through the fence and tie the neck holder(strap whatever) to the fence so it wont fall but you'd have to click the shutter release and go. But I'm stating all this based off my camera lol, an SLR, if you don't have an SLR scratch that. Just be careful. Or maybe talk to a friend about helping you out with a shoot.

0 · August 17, 2010

#3
A S.

A S.

THE FUTURE,
United States

544 posts

@Heather B.

I do that! Hahaha.

0 · August 17, 2010

#4
Heather Babcock

Heather B.

FLORIDA,
United States

109 posts

@A S.

Haha awesome :D
I'm not the only one

0 · August 17, 2010

  

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