Going S-T-E-A-D-Y with Your Camera

(or how to avoid the shakes)

This is an exhaustive collection of methods I've shared with my students to prevent camera shake and ensure the sharpest possible images with what you already have on hand.

Many of these techniques may be combined, depending on camera features and an individual's physical abilities.

Avoiding camera shake is only one line of defense against fuzzy photos. Those other factors include the number of pixels your equipment is capable of: (sensor size and its cleanliness), lens quality (resolving power) and its cleanliness, and even aperture choice. Let's not forget the size of enlargement you want to get out of your finite number of pixels!

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Bruce Hinson, formerly of Colorado Springs, CO, is now well settled in Louisville, KY, to be closer to family.

He is a US military veteran and Chief Solutions Officer for this fine photographic enterprise.

Obedience Training for Your Camera, LLC, and its d.b.a., Obedient Camera Photography, is a US military veteran-owned company,

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