How to Hold Your Camera for Stability, Responsiveness and to Avoid Fatigue

10/16/2019 ISO 1200 Magazine 1 Comments

How to Hold Your Camera for Stability, Responsiveness and to Avoid Fatigue

Mik Milman has been a professional event photographer and photography teacher for 10 years and he wants to show you how to hold your camera for stability and avoid fatigue.





About Mik Milman:


I've been a professional photographer and photography instructor in Los Angeles for over 10 years. Now I'm doing it on Youtube. Let's Get Connected: mikmilman.com |  Twitter | Facebook | Instagram


Text, image and video via Mik Milman

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1 comments:

cationic said...

Sorry, but you lost a lot of credibility by going through your demo with the lens cap on the lens, and the hood mounted backwards! How is that going to help responsiveness?

Also, the suggestion to form a "V" with your left hand fingers to hold the lens is not very good. You get better stability by letting the lens rest on the palm of your hand. You can still use your thumb and index fingers to rotate the zoom ring and/or the focus ring.