When you need to slow down your shutter speed to get the desired exposure, these 6 tips from Pye will help you keep your camera steady and your images sharp!

We are kicking off the week with, “6 Ways to Hold a Camera for Slow Shutter Speeds“. As I’m sure you well know it’s not entirely impossible to find yourself in need of a tripod, exactly at the moment when you don’t have one handy! In those situations is useful to know how you can position yourself to get sharp images, when you need to slow down your shutter speed. Lucky for us Pye from the SLR Lounge shares 6 quick and easy tips that will help you keep things stable. While at it, Pye also demonstrates how to get excellent hand held panning shots by using the 6 tips he discussed!

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