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01 | Platypod Max in the Dunes with Bob Coates

“While out shooting, it turns out I wasn’t able to get the super grand vistas for which I was originally looking at the Imperial Sand Dunes in California. The tracks from the sand vehicles were just too much of a mess. But with a long lens mounted on the Platypod Max, I was able to isolate some fairly clean areas of the sand and get great results!”

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02 | Platypod is a Great Fit for the Kitchen, with Valentina Cordero

We're featuring pastry chef Valentina Cordero as she shares how she used her Platypod to take stunning photos of her cooking process for Vegan Flower Rainbow Fettuccine. Below is an excerpt from her blog post. Get ready to be inspired!

Valentina Cordero: “My husband is a professional photographer. He has taught me so much about the quality of the images, color, composition, so it really makes a difference to put as much love in the pictures as in the recipes!”

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03 | Beyond Technique Podcast with Bryan Caporicci: New Revenue Streams, Transparency, and More!

Platypod is proud to be a sponsor of Beyond Technique, one of the awesome podcasts on the Photofocus network that helps photographers improve their businesses and their lives! Photographer and owner of SproutStudio, Bryan Caporicci discusses how to keep your business alive during the pandemic and beyond!

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MULTI-KIT BLOWOUT


Here's a chance to expand your creativity with any Platypod. The Multi-Kit includes a 3-inch spigot adapter for portable and studio lighting; a silicone pad to secure grip on flat surfaces; a 36-inch cinch strap for securing your Platypod on large, freestanding objects (such as trees and wide poles); and a riser that accommodates more tripod ball heads. Order yours today!

 

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