How to reduce shake in photo?

10 years 1 week ago #48102 by chasrich
Looking good...

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10 years 1 week ago #48132 by Scott Miller
Thanks Chas

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10 years 1 week ago - 10 years 1 week ago #48267 by Graflex 4x5
Sat on a rock, proped my elbows on my knees, took a breath and took these .... with my cell phone.








No matter how fast I go, there's always someone slower in front of me.
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10 years 1 week ago #48278 by Scott Miller
Yea, I'm sure I could have done it that way if I wanted to get soaked. Thanks for sharing your pix...pretty good. :)

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10 years 1 week ago #48292 by Graflex 4x5

Scott Miller wrote: Yea, I'm sure I could have done it that way if I wanted to get soaked. Thanks for sharing your pix...pretty good. :)


Depends how bad you want the shot. :P

No matter how fast I go, there's always someone slower in front of me.

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10 years 1 week ago #48303 by enhenyero
I have this problem too, but instead of being frustrated I keep shooting until my hand numbed, and gave me a steady shot in the end, heheh

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10 years 1 week ago #48558 by Scott Miller
Graflex, The shot at the time wasn't THAT important, as I have plenty of opportunity to retake thankfully. From time to time I would be ok with it, but beings as we're pretty well flooded already (we get standing water from a drizzle) I didn't feel the need to swim trying to get a pic here.

I never really get frustrated with my pix. If I got frustrated, I wouldn't be able to get some of the lightning shots I've gotten. Considering I shoot hundreds of photos to maybe get 1-2 lightning strikes.

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