We get it. As photographers, we’re so used to just grabbing our cameras and rushing to the next shoot that we often forget to check our gear first. If you’re using the Custom SLR C-Loop, please make sure to always check your C-Loop’s tightness before using it with your camera.
Guest post by Jakob Schiller | Twitter
I always bring my camera to Thanksgiving, and here’s what I’m looking for: moments. I don’t just want to capture what Thanksgiving looked like, I want to capture what it felt like. I’m watching for the hugs exchanged between family members who haven’t seen each other for months; the look of joy when the cook brings the turkey to the table; and the shot of my family members passed out on the couch in a turkey coma.
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Guest post by Eric Kim
I first got introduced to photography when I was 18 years old. At my high school graduation ceremony, my mom gave me a little Canon Powershot point-and-shoot. I never considered photography before in my life, but I was amazed by the power I now held in my hands.
The C-Loop is a great tool for photographers, but there are some things we wanted to share to help make your experience even better.
- Check and tighten your C-Loop before EVERY shoot, as this will ensure that the C-Loop is tightly fastened. The C-Loop is designed to securely attach to your camera & M-Plate Pro, however it can still become loose after use. This will help prevent any headaches and dropped cameras due to the C-Loop becoming loose. If your C-Loop has issues staying tight or rotating properly, stop using immediately and contact support.