Here at Induro, we love finding talented folks who are assisted in their craft by Induro tripods. One such photographer is Stuart Sipahigil, who was featured on our Facebook page recently. See Sipahigil’s flickr stream here, and check out his writing and images on his blog, The Light Without.
Here’s what Stuart has to say about Induro:
I’m a big fan of Induro tripods and monopods. I have the C314 carbon fiber tripod and the MC25 carbon fiber monopod and use them all the time.
So my thanks to Induro for the shout-out and, of course, for making great gear. I don’t go shooting without them.
And here’s a story about how he got started shooting, which I think is pretty sweet:
I am an amateur photographer in the traditional sense of the word. That is, I do it for the love of the craft. I’ve been at it for over 40 years, since my grandparents got me a plastic 120-roll film camera for Christmas when I was six. I went crazy with it, snapping photos of everything and everyone until my sister threatened to beat me with it. When I finished the roll of film, I sat down and opened the back to see my pictures. Imagine my shock after my grandfather gently explained what I’d just done. I cried for quite a while afterward. (I’m not sure I’ve ever actually recovered from it.)
Stuart’s trusty 314 now has an updated version, the CT314. Check it out.
Here are some of Stuart’s images. Pretty beautiful, eh?
Have a beautiful day!