There is nothing worse than trying to learn photography only to be rewarded with blurry images.How hard can it be, right?The new DSLR camera you just acquired has GOT to be better than your phone or point-and-shoot camera you've had for years.Is there something wrong with the camera?Does it mean you should have gone with the next model up instead of sticking to your budget?Relax, I think I can help.I have good news and bad news.The good news is your camera is probably... continue reading
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This really does not sound as gruesome as the title implies.Well a tripod is particularly useful when taking photographs to reduce the inevitable camera shake. But sometimes it is just not possible to drag that tripod along. Especially in places like shopping malls, museums, places of worship, etc. Continuously practicing using the camera helps over time to get better quality pictures.For a steady grip, hold the upper arms as close to your sides as possible, dig those elbows to the ribcage.... continue reading
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