In our latest group test we seek to find the best carbon fibre tripod by taking 5 current models into the field at a river gorge in Exmoor.
If you want sharp images at slower shutter speeds you’ll need to support your camera. But a tripod isn’t always a practical option. We round up 5 of the best tripod alternatives for photographers on the go.
Add stability to your photographic life without spending a small fortune. We look for the best tripod under £150, testing 6 top models currently available.
This new carbon tripod is slimmer than most, but is it up to the job? Find out in our Giottos Silk Road YTL8384 tripod review.
So how do you choose the best tripod? If you want your tripod to be a trusty lifelong companion and not just an overpriced, overweight millstone, you need to read our top 10 tips for choosing the right one!
Camera shake is one of the most common photography problems you’ll encounter. And if you’re having trouble getting a solid base for your camera, you’ll want to read these 4 advanced tripod tips for beating camera shake in any weather or any terrain.
For quick framing and stability, you need a good tripod head. We test six to see which is the best tripod head in terms of features, capability and value for money
Mixing stability with advanced features to suit all kinds of shooting scenarios, here are six of the best budget tripods available. Find out how we rate them.
Vanguard’s latest tripods, the ABEO Pro 283CGH and ABEO Plus 323AV offer photographers stability in any conditions and a host of pro features.
There are many factors that contribute to how sharp your pictures are, including the quality of the camera lens and how accurately it’s been focused, and the choice of aperture and shutter speed. However, camera shake remains the biggest concern.
Our latest photography cheat sheet shows you the best way to avoid camera shake by showing you the best techniques for using your choice of camera support.