I was a photography minor in college (a very long time ago). I love to take pictures, still, although my images have changed from landscapes, starry nights and advertising bits to those of my lovely grandchildren, my aging hubby and my now-grown children. I've figured out a lot of the new camera gadgetry but - alas! - I'm running into a new problem.
Taking Clear Photos With Shaking Hands
Retirement is a time to travel, spend time with family and friends and create new memories. Taking photos is a way to share and keep memories fresh in our minds but with shaking hands, it's not easy to take good pictures. There are ways to stabilize the camera and take great photos that impress.
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