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Reduce Camera Shake

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A great article about 6 techniques to reduce the camera shake that leads to blurry pictures
12 years ago, September 4th 2009 No: 1 Msg: #85284  
Check out this: Article on Camera Shake to improve your pictures especially in low light situations!

Mike T. Reply to this

12 years ago, September 8th 2009 No: 2 Msg: #85571  
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Thanks Mike. Nice collection of Yoga style camera cradling techniques.

In summary - these techniques are most useful with telephoto lenses (zoom) where any slight movement is amplified.

Additionally: If you can afford it - get IS/VR on the lens, try higher ISO (on DSLRs adds less noise than you might expect), and lower shutter speeds. Reply to this

12 years ago, October 19th 2009 No: 3 Msg: #89939  
One of the causes of camera-shake is the action of pressing the shutter-release button. So, if I am photographing a subject which is not moving I set the timer to 2 seconds, hold my breath and keep the camera as still as possible (using one of the methods mentioned in the article to which you linked). Reply to this

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