[PHOTOGRAPHERS BEWARE] Some Of The Common Methods Are Causing Even MORE Blurriness In Your Photos
Ask any professional photographer and they’ll tell you the number one “trick” to reduce camera shake is to set your camera on a tripod.
It’s true, of course, but using a tripod may not always be enough. It has happened to all of us; we have been using a tripod and when we’ve taken a closer look at the images on the computer screen, they’re either noticeably blurry or just not sharp enough for our needs.
This has to do with several different factors. For beginning photographers, especially, it may be the fact that they are using an inexpensive, flimsy tripod.
But even the high-end models won’t give you the sharpest images, if you’re not using them correctly. Windy conditions will shake your tripod if you haven’t set it up firmly, and weighed it down with a sandbag or your backpack.
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But are there other ways, as well, to make sure your images will turn out tack sharp? Of course there are, and the following article will give you plenty of tips for that.