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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 12 - 2018
How to safely carry camera

How to safely carry camera

If you’re a DSLR camera user, there’s a simple and quick tip to protect your lens and camera, especially when you’re using a telephoto lens attached to your camera body. Do pay attention to the way you carry your camera on your shoulder.
Pay close attention to the two images below and note the difference between the two. On the image to the left, the ends of the lens is facing outward. Now note how the image to the right shows the person carrying the camera with the lens facing inwards towards the person. Read the rest of this entry »

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