How To: Avoid camera shake when taking pictures (unless you want the effect)

Avoid camera shake when taking pictures (unless you want the effect)

Camera shake is often an unwanted effect in photography, when a telephoto lens or long shutter speed has been used for a camera that hasn't been stabilized. The images subject to camera shake appear blurry and smeared, which is often considered an error - though some photographers find artistic value in camera shake and purposefully try to cause the effect in their art.

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