|Tabletop tripod held against a tree with camera in horizontal position. (click to enlarge)|
Make sure you press the tripod firmly against the object. You will find this to be very steady.
This is a quick post on some ways I use mine other than setting it up on a table, on the ground or other flat surface. The images aren't the best, but you'll get the point. A small tripod can come in very handy in many ways. I have provided some images with explanations of how I have used mine when necessary.
|Same as above but now with camera in vertical position (click to enlarge)|
|Here is an example of using the side of a building to steady the camera (click to enlarge)|
If you don't currently own a tabletop tripod, do some research and if you find one will provide value to your photography, you should look into buying one and taking it with you as you go about your photographic adventures.
Thanks for looking. Enjoy!
Dennis A. Mook
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