Hi again, Thank you for asking me questions. On a tripod, when you do not have one you can put your elbows together, your chest to increase the camera to your eye. This position creates a natural tripod and with your elbow joint is quite stable. If your camera is equipped with a timer, try to find a fixed object to rest the camera on, then a place such as clothing or books, or rock, or a shoe or a stick on the lens to get the right information and let the timer load image. Even that looks a little vibration at speeds less than 1/100th of the two. I'm too lazy so I often use the integrated camera on a timer. You are the first person to communicate with me so now you are a special place in my heart. :) I love to see your pictures. Now I see that besides being a great photographer, you're very polite, curteous and have a pleasant personality. I can not wait to hear from you again. Be careful my new friend. Hugs and best wishes's. Theo >))))>-----
Do you shoot digital or film ? It's all a mater of time and light , more of one less of another, and verse - visa . You live in a highly photogenic place . Keep your camera with you at all times . Sunrise to 10:00 and 4:00 PM on and into the night is great light . Use a tripod whenever you can . Divide your view into thirds , Try to keep your subject away from the center of the image . If it's a person or an animal try to always have a sharp focus on the eye . Have fun and experiment always . Best wish's , Theo
whoa!! thanks for all of your advice.. i almost forgot about the 'magic moment' until you remind me the time.. yet, i feel board also by looking all my center result image sometimes.. i'll try on your advice soon but i have to admitted that i'm lazy to bring my tripod together and i don't like to take my time on that.. how can i do to avoid my bad habit as i know if that certain situation were highly risk without tripod?? do you have any idea on these??