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moon

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Monopod Use For Events

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All event photographers must know the struggle of being stuck in a crowd, behind barriers, behind a TV crew and just being stuck for space doing portraits of a crowd.

My idea (I've probably seen it before and forgot) was using a monopod to hold up your camera and shoot over people's heads, or getting a different angle for portraits, or other shit that happens.

Being a manlet under 6 foot I struggle getting decent angles and shooting events without holding the camera up with my hand and tring to shoot, but with a telephoto or heavy lens I'm a wee bit fucked.

So how would it be possible to shoot with a monopod? I have a Canon 700D with the flip screen which could be angled down, but focusing and triggering it could be a struggle. That and the anxiety of dropping it (either on the floor or on someone's head).


Thanks in advance.
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Photoshop me
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Which crop is better

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I am stuck between two different compositions and i think the second one is a lot better but i would love to hear your opinion and criticism.

Also general feedback on photo
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why does /p/ have such bad taste in photography?
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>that magical feel when you sell your first print at an art auction

Even if it was an amateur one, I still feel fucking amazing. How can I keep this feeling alive, /p/?
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Amateur /p/hotographer here... I have a Canon EOS 700D. Is it unprofessional to use the screen on the back to take the shot rather than the viewfinder?

I seem to be able to adjust the F stop and shutter speed to get a much better picture using the screen's instant view, but I feel like a bit of a pleb not having my eye to the viewfinder. I can also have all the data up on the screen while I take the picture. I can also zoom in on the screen to be 100% sure I'm in focus on shallow DoF shots.

My main complaint with the viewfinder is that, even though I adjust the shutter speed using the gauge on the little HUD, a lot of my pictures end up being too bright and washed out. Is this something I just need to practice at? What benefits do I get from the viewfinder?

This is just a hobby and I'm still learning, but I've started travelling a lot more for my job and I want to capture my adventures

Pic related, it's a photograph I took yesterday in Vietnam.
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Why is photography the lowest form of art?
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