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This is my entry into the Photojojo contest. If you like it, please vote.Tripods are big, bulky, expensive, and often inconvenient pieces of equipment...
Really easy. These can be carried in any pocket, anywhere, and through any TSA checkpoint.By the way, TSA does not stand for Transportation Security ...
Line up the two ends of string. Place the ends over the rest of the string thus creating a loop. Put the ends through the loop. And pull tight. ...
Hook your carabiner onto the loop you created in the last step. Then attach the carabiner to a belt loop on your pants.
To attach the camera to the string, use a Lark's Head knot. The Lark's Head is a remarkably simple knot that has an endless number of uses. Here is ...
To use this, stand and pull upwards on the camera thus applying tension to the string to keep the camera steady. A belt might be handy when using t...
Here are the before and after pictures. Quite a difference.
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Posted:Apr 3, 2008
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