Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Here is a post specific to a piece of information. Like a review, but I don't go over every component of it, just how it is most useful to me, and how it could be most useful to yourself.
It's about the [PRO]Master 5111 Gimbal Tripod head. Typically gimbal heads like this are made for long telephotos. They through off the centre of balance for your camera so much that on a regular tripod, you can be liable to smash the lens against a tripod leg.
So a gimbal head like this one allows you to pan and tilt smoothly when you have a large lens attached - normally attached by the lens mount for the tripod. I don't always use things they way you're supposed to. I found a specific use for spherical panoramas with my gimbal head. Read on for more about how, why and a video example..
|100+ Photos Contributed to the CC Library by Chris Gardiner|
The title says it all - I've made a contribution to the Creative Commons Library. Not entirely sure what that means? Let's talk about Creative Commons.