Have you ever hear that term, tripoding? Probably not. It’s a term used by a relative one year when she wrote a poem about my method of shooting spring’s low-growing flowers. It involves me lying on the ground, flat out, holding camera up with elbows on ground. Tripoding. Since I do not have a camera with a flip-out screen, it’s the only way I can get low enough to take some of my pictures of shorter flowers.
And so, spring has arrived, and I have once again been using my tripoding method. If nothing else, it’s good exercise!
(This is for size comparison to my index finger)
Note: tripoding does have a medical usage: HERE