Going S-T-E-A-D-Y withYour Camera
(or how to break with the shakes)
None of us, no matter how rock-steady we think we are, can avoid camera movement when hand-holding a camera. Image stabilization technology helps a lot but it’s not the whole solution.
A noticeable case of the shakes can and does happen to people of all abilities. You don’t have to be unsteady for this to happen. Unless you’ve perfected the art of being as still as stone, it only takes the slightest, most imperceptible movement during even a fast shutter speed to kill your dreams of a tack-sharp image.
If this sounds like anything you’ve ever experienced, don’t worry. You’re not doomed to the camera shakes for all of photographic eternity. Learning to avoid the shakes is all about applying the right techniques, which I reveal in Going S-T-E-A-D-Y with Your Camera.
Are YOU immune from the shakes?
This is for photographers of ALL skill levels, interests and abilities.
Which of these are you?
- A hobbyist or seasoned pro?
- An owner of ANY camera brand or type (even mirrorless)?
- In a wheelchair or an Olympic biathlon gold medalist?
- Younger or older? (These common sense techniques don’t care who uses them.)
This eGuide has exactly what you need to “S-T-E-A-D-Y” your camera in any situation!
In this short, but highly helpful eGuide, in a matter of minutes you’ll be equipped with multiple tips and tricks to eliminate camera shake.
Are you wondering, “How much can you really teach me about holding a camera steady?” More than you now know.
What you WILL learn:
- The right tool, the right body position and the right technique for the situation
- A “MacGyver-style” camera-steadying tip that you’ll only find here
- How to breathe when tripping the shutter
- HOW TO AVOID FRUSTRATING FUZZY PHOTOS
Going S-T-E-A-D-Y with Your Camera is an easy-to-read, straight-to-the-point guide that will have you breaking up with the shakes and going S-T-E-A-D-Y with your camera immediately!
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