Macro Shoots n' Camera Vibrations
Most of us experience most of hand-shakes when we shoot macro or highly zoomed shots. Especially those of us who don't use a tripod or a D-SLR, things become worse.
I am a singer, composer and a song-writer. Many times I arrange my own music. In my career I came across a scientist who was working on the same principle for generating noise free cars. The concept was that the commuters in a car shouldn't hear any sound from outside. They were going to use the WAVELET principle there where they would generate a sound which will nullify the incoming sound from outside. At that point something went through my mind. I had the idea used in camera for reduction in shakes. But still it wasn't that fine.
Most of the photography sites, magazines, teachers have often told to use clips to keep the subject of a macro photograph steady. like clipping a leaf to some steady branch so it wont wobble with wind. Because in such cases even a tripod proves unworthy. But then its hard when u are clicking an insect on it.. because it might not really love that position changed. I many cases it understands an external force acting on its resting place which is not natural.
Photo credits: Nikhil Gangavane.
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