Posted April 09, 2012
Group shot while taken from atop a stack of rocks during a mountain bike ride across the continental divide in Colorado.
In Zion National Park in Utah, the camera was placed on the angled face of a rock, the tiltpod leveled the camera for a shot using the self-timer. Camera: Canon 300HS.
On the island of Kauai, the edge of a lava rock near Queens Bath. Camera: Canon 300HS.
To get a vertical oriented shot, the magnetic base was attached to the metal railing of an old bridge that crosses the Russian River in Sonoma County, California. Camera: Canon SD790.
At a beach cove along the California Coast, the tiltpod was used to stabilize a long-exposure shot to get a blurred water effect of the waterfall and ocean. Camera: Canon SD790.
To stabilize the camera to capture a sharp sunset shot, a railing made a handy location to place the tiltpod. Camera: Canon SD790.
Two bikes were rested against each other to create a perch on the top of the bike seat for a group shot, no tripod necessary! Camera: Canon SD790.
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