Originally Posted by Walkingmanblues
You know, I didn't. I rarely do when I'm shooting film. Digital, all the time (so easy with those auto-bracket settings), but not with film. In truth I never dreamed this would work--figured it would be soft--so I wasn't very deliberate about it. It exposed at a 1/10th...pretty slow for hand held. Pure luck.
People don't understand how much a truly steady camera
improves the clarity of a photograph.
Camera shake, as you know, sometimes looks like blurriness to people. So they think something is wrong with their camera and or lens.
I still carry a small tripod, when mounted on the camera, allows me hold the rig against my chest for those kinds of shots.