Join Abba Shapiro for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Grip Gear for Photographers.
- You probably already have a camera, a nice tripod, lights, and maybe a few lenses, but what else do you need to help you get the shot you want? This course will cover a variety of those essential accessories that can help you take your photography to the next level. We'll look at what this gear is used for, how it's used, and even the best way to carry it around. So if you're unsure why a C stand is better than a plain old light stand, or what a stinger is, or a C47, well, this course will answer those questions.
Whether you are a new photographer or have been shooting for a while, in this course, I will show you what grip accessories you might need and how to use them.
- What is a grip kit?
- Organizing and transporting your grip gear
- Using stands and plates
- Mounting equipment with clamps
- Controlling and shaping light
- Powering your shoots
- Staying safe: important safety gear
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Why Do You Need Grip Gear?
What is a grip kit?1m 3s
2. Stands and Plates
4. Controlling and Shaping Light
6. Safety Equipment and Essential Items
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