Tripod & Monopod
One of the common points of professional photographers and amateur photographers is the use of a tripod or monopod. The way to better photographing is through using a tripod or monopod.
What is Monopod and Tripod?
The tripod is used to fix and lift the camera, camera, lighting unit or other photographic equipment in photography. The protruding head of almost all tripods includes a screw suitable for the entrance under the camera. After the camera is fixed with screws, the same head can also be directed to the right, left, up and down. Tripod legs are usually telescopic, meaning they can be folded up and lifted when not in use. Tripods are usually made of aluminum, carbon fiber, steel, wood or plastic. Monopod is a single pole that provides support for focusing tools such as cameras, video cameras, and binoculars. Monopod allows you to keep your camera and camera more steady, reduces camera shake, lets you take sharper photos at slower shutter speeds.
How to Use Monopod and Tripod?
In order to use the tripod, you must know its parts well and fix your camera correctly. Since all three legs of the tripod are telescopically folded, you should unscrew them. Then you should fix your device with the screw at the head. The camera and tripod are now in one piece. You can shoot this after adjusting the angle by bringing this combination to the scene, person or composition you want to shoot. As the tripod stabilizes the camera, it prevents you from shaking, so you can also take beautiful pictures in low-light environments. Monopod cannot stand alone like a tripod, you must hold it in your hand. It does not help you shoot in low light. But the monopod is lighter, easier to install and carry. In addition, much less space than the tripod is sufficient for installation and storage. It is also generally a more economical option.