These Tips And Tricks Will Help You Get Sharp Images Even In Low Light Conditions
I hate carrying my tripod with me when I travel. Instead, I’ve taught myself all kinds of tricks to keep my DSLR steady when I take photos with slower shutter speeds.
Simply paying more attention to how you’re holding the camera will give you much better results. There are also many alternatives for a tripod.
For example, did you know a long piece of string might be enough to avoid motion blur in your handheld images? And it definitely is a lot easier to carry than a tripod.
Some places won’t allow tripods so even if you’d rather always use one, it’s good to have a backup plan.
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Here’s a collection of tips that could make you forget about your tripod completely!
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