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Wellsi
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You don't need ND filters for all long exposure photos, but having them helps!  Here's a simple tutorial on taking some very different types of pictures with the amazing little Osmo Pocket!

Cheers,

Ian in London




2-9 11:49
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DJI Natalia
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Hi there, thank you for sharing this video tutorial. If there is any help needed, please feel free to contact us. Thank you.
2-9 11:54
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hallmark007
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Nice one Ian thank you, your enjoying your Osmo Pocket .
2-9 12:18
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Good stuff. I’m working in London Monday and Tuesday and taking my OP with me. Hoping to get some similar shots.
2-9 12:38
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Very good and informative. Thanks a lot.
2-9 20:51
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Rogue0ne Posted at 2-9 12:38
Good stuff. I’m working in London Monday and Tuesday and taking my OP with me. Hoping to get some similar shots.

Mini tripod is key!  

Cheers
Ian
2-9 23:19
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Great tutorial, thanks for sharing!
2-10 04:39
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Wellsi Posted at 2-9 23:19
Mini tripod is key!  

Cheers

Yep. Got a Gorilla one with magnetic feet. Dead handy. Also got one of those springy clamps.
2-10 10:04
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Nice tutorial Ian! Thanks for posting
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Wellsi Posted at 2-9 23:19
Mini tripod is key!  

Cheers

Which mini tripod are you guys using???
2-12 07:49
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NorthTexasAerials Posted at 2-12 07:49
Which mini tripod are you guys using???

I think any mini tripod would be fine given how lightweight the Pocket is.  I happen to be using the Manfrotto mini tripod but you can get more practical and flexible tripods too. As long as they have the standard mounting screw, (and you have the Pocket Tripod mounting attachment I show in the video), you'll be fine.

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Ian
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