Oben Tripod Giveaway
A nice lightweight tripod is essential for my backpacking trips where I photograph incredible high altitude scenes and panoramas (some of my favorite are above).
This is a great lightweight tripod for backpacking and hiking as the whole set-up only weighs 2.5 pounds! Another thing I really like about it - one of the legs turns into a mono-pod. That is awesome and came in quite handy just last week when I photographed an owl here in Colorado.
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3. Tell us in a comment below what scenes you would photograph with your new lightweight tripod.
The winner will be selected by random on Wednesday November 7th, 2017 and announced right here on the contest page.
I like to photograph Landscape and the tripod I have is heavy so hard for me to carry when packing into a great spot.
I would photograph intimate flora scenes and abstract nature images around the PNW with this. My current tripod is barely functioning and heavy, causing me to leave it behind most of the time and then miss out on some amazing photo ops.
I’ll use this for just about everything I shoot and need a tripod. I primarily shoot landscapes in Western Oregon and plan on some backpacking trips next year... Hopefully hitting Jefferson, Hood, all of the Sisters, and some snow shoeing around Bachelor.
Thanks for the opportunity, Matt!!
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