When taking pictures, one of the biggest frustrations one can experience is camera shake, which often happens as a result of the way the camera is held at lower shutter speeds. Properly hand-holding a camera can drastically reduce human-induced camera shake and result in many more sharp images and keepers. In this article, we will discuss a few different ways to hold a camera, which will hopefully reduce and potentially even eliminate unwanted blurry images when you are shooting in the field.
Sometimes we find ourselves in situations where we need to slow down our shutter speed for proper exposure. In this video, I’m going to show you 6 ways to hold your camera so you can get sharp images even with slow shutter speeds. I’m also going to demonstrate how to get excellent handheld panning shots using the 6 tips we discussed!