When you hold your camera, especially with a long telephoto lens, cup the barrel and bring your elbow tight into your body. Look through the eyepiece as you firmly press the camera to your forehead. You just made a steady tripod. This will reduce the risk of camera shake, which causes blurry photos.
Want to learn more? Check out this article along with a short video, “For God’s Sake, Hold Your Camera Correctly!“
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