A tripod is essential for any type of landscape photography but when dealing with slow shutter speeds, it’s hard to work without one. Simply leaning the camera on a fence or laying it on a rock really limits your flexibility and, of course, the stability of your camera. You don’t need to spend thousands of rupees on the best tripods available but avoid getting the cheapest aluminum ones from the local electronic shop. Make sure that the tripod you choose is sturdy enough to be used in a river with rushing water, or when the weather is windy. [Image Credits: B&H]

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