Tip A Tripod May Not Be Ideal for

Although tripods are great for rock-steady shots that translate into crisp, clear, sharp images, they are often more trouble than they're worth. Michael Lewis, the photographer for National Geographic's "Africa," admits that "I hate tripods. [They're] one more thing to carry and get in the way. But there are times when having a tripod is invaluable. Even so, if I'm working alone without an assistant, my preference is to go for faster lenses and faster ASAs [ISO equivalencies] if the light gets bad."

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