When shooting in low light conditions at slower shutter speeds, it-s best to use a tripod. But more often than not, you’ll need to shoot handheld. In fact, some of us prefer it whenever it’s possible. There is no a single right way to hold your camera when handholding it. But there sure are some wrong ways that will end up with motion blur in your photos. You want to avoid those, and Chris Nichols of DPReview will share some useful tips and tricks for this. He’ll show you how to hold your camera properly and reduce camera shake when shooting handheld.
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