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Tips for Avoiding Camera Shake


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1- Press the Shutter Button Gently to Avoid Camera Shake

Last week, I showed you how to hold the camera properly. It helps keep the camera steady while shooting. However, I have noticed that many photographers press the shutter button hard, and it causes the camera to shake. 

Practice pushing the shutter gently as it does not need lots of force to trigger the shutter. 

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2- Find Your Minimum Safe Shutter Speed

I used to be very good at holding the camera steady for up to 1/2sec. Nowadays, Anything slower than 1/30 sec turns blurry! So, I found out that my minimum safe shutter speed is 1/30sec, and I always try to stay faster than 1/30 sec to avoid the camera shake when handholding the camera.

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