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I have not had very good luck with gorillapods, great to hold a flash or two, but not for my cameras. This is likely due to the fact that I tend to shoot with heavier cameras and glass (and I am picky about my tripods). I have had good luck with "bean bags" (I actually use rice), packed relatively tight and heavy on a steady more or less flat surface you can ...
It seems that you already have both beanbag and gorillapod. If you can't bring both, I would prefer the gorillapod over the beanbag for the following reasons: Height The gorillapod is higher while the beanbag can only be placed on the ground. When there is a higher surface, the gorillapod can still be placed on it, so it is almost always higher than the ...
If the trees are a grayish tone, it could even be the reflection of the red house roof on the trees. Given a long time exposure the reflection could have been absorbed for a right tint on them.
Clearly there is some artificial light affecting the shot. Look at the top of the distant house too, and you'll see that it, also, has a red tint on the roof. And more importantly, there is a distinct shadow line on both the roof (from the roof next door) and on the trees (from the distant roof) that shows that the external source of light is coming in at ...
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