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    Not sure if you are an NS man. If so, try and recall your shooting lessons. The principles of good shooting applies.
    • Correct holding - i think a few of the bros have already mention earlier
    • Correct breathing technique - breath normally/gently; not heavily/panting
    • Correct way of squeezing the trigger - already mentioned, don't stab the shutter button jerkily. Press gently and slowly all the way through. Before taking the shot, take a breath, exhale a bit and hold your breath while pressing the shutter

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    Quote Originally Posted by skf View Post
    Not sure if you are an NS man. If so, try and recall your shooting lessons. The principles of good shooting applies.
    • Correct holding - i think a few of the bros have already mention earlier
    • Correct breathing technique - breath normally/gently; not heavily/panting
    • Correct way of squeezing the trigger - already mentioned, don't stab the shutter button jerkily. Press gently and slowly all the way through. Before taking the shot, take a breath, exhale a bit and hold your breath while pressing the shutter
    Great advice. Especially when shooting telephoto lens. Oh the days of my M16..

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    Default Re: Viewing photos at 1:1

    Quote Originally Posted by skf View Post
    Not sure if you are an NS man. If so, try and recall your shooting lessons. The principles of good shooting applies.
    • Correct holding - i think a few of the bros have already mention earlier
    • Correct breathing technique - breath normally/gently; not heavily/panting
    • Correct way of squeezing the trigger - already mentioned, don't stab the shutter button jerkily. Press gently and slowly all the way through. Before taking the shot, take a breath, exhale a bit and hold your breath while pressing the shutter
    She would be an NS woman
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    I'm also guilty of pixel peeping sometimes. Just shoot raw like the others advice you. There are also different sharpening technique in Photoshop/Light-room just don't get discourage and limit yourself with gears you have. As long as you have a tripod and correct exposure your photos will turn out fine.

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    One last thing ... Use viewfinder instead of lcd when taking picture to prevent shake ...

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