Favorite tripods Good support and stability is everything for professional results in photography, so in this short informative video Karl takes a look at two of his favorite tripods. Comments July 21, 2017 Log in to Reply MizUniverse To order this equipment Karl, are there discount codes Members can use? Thank you July 22, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Yes you need to email us with your requests and codes or details will be provided as the codes change regularly. September 5, 2017 Log in to Reply Krzysztof Goertz and now ? when i want to buy a new one from your example… write me a message (Germany) September 6, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Krzysztof, as a member you can save 15% off from Manfrotto with our code. October 16, 2017 Log in to Reply vijay sengotuvel Are the offers can be used with manfrotto india or only with uk and usa stores ? October 21, 2017 Log in to Reply Steve Parkin What Head do you use on your 058B Thanks Steve P October 23, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Steve, check the equipment list on this page https://www.karltayloreducation.com/course_video_page/location-lighting-setups-portraits-four-light-56 and it has my usual setup for on location. Cheers Karl. September 20, 2018 Log in to Reply Jesse Cochran First of all, thank you for the endless tips and tutorials. I have been a member for over a year and I have found all of your teachings to be helpful. Do you have a suggestion for a tripod in the $200-$300 range? The Manfrotto O58b would be my choice but it is out of my current budget. I would be using the tripod for street, landscape, and portrait. Also, I am ready to “move up” from using flash guns with studio work.. I have seen so many different choices.. I wonder what was your next step when you wanted better light than flash guns? September 21, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thank you Jesse for your support. The Manfrotto 055 is good but I don’t know how much it is https://www.manfrotto.co.uk/collections/supports/055-series. On a budget you could look at Godox or Elichrom but the ultimate choice would be the Broncolor Siros range. Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.