Tricks To Get Perfectly Stabilized Photos

The destabilized images are, unfortunately, one of the most common errors and with the worst solution that we can find as photographers. A bad frame always has a better solution; we can crop here or there  with without losing too much image quality. We can also save some light and shadow, increase or decrease the contrast.

Hold The Camera Well

Do you think there is no difference? There is, and not only for your comfort, the way you hold your camera can turn you into a tripod or a mixer. So try to hold your camera as firmly as possible, offering support points, through your own fixed and balanced body. If necessary, look for external support points so that you transmit the least possible movement to your camera.

Use The Exposure Triangle

Photography is a tug of war between ISO, speed, and aperture. Any variable in the exposure triangle that you modify affects the other two. If you can understand how they interrelate with each other and how and how they affect the image, you will be able to do magic with your images.

Activate The Stabilizer Of Your Camera Or Lens

Precisely they have been invented for situations like this in which you have low light and need to fix the movement that you transmit to the camera yourself. If your camera or lenses are relatively new, chances are you have them built-in, so take a look at them and if you have them, turn them on.

Use A Tripod

It is the easiest and most effective way to eliminate jitter, allowing you not to modify the opening, ISO or speed variables.

Use The Flash

The flash has many lovers and detractors although, be that as it may, it has its stellar moments. If you’re looking for stabilization, it might be one of those moments.