Once you have your landscape photography tripod selected, you need to know which tripod head is ideal for the circumstances you’ll be shooting in. In this video you’ll learn about ideal tripod heads for landscape photography, taking a close look at several types of tripod heads. You’ll learn the pros and cons of each type, including aspects like flexibility, precision, and cost. You’ll also learn when and why to use each tripod head type. You may decide you just need one type of head, or a couple could be best to provide you with more options.
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