So, the presents have been opened, the lunch has been gobbled down, and the kids over-stimulation has sent them into a frenzy of running around outside. Now what? Well, if you’re here, it’s likely because you got some new gear for Christmas. So, first off, congratulations on the new gear – I am sure that on some level, I’ll be green with envy.
The good news is that learning all about your new gear is all right here! Because regardless of gear, some techniques work across platforms and are part of the “timeless technique” of the field. One of the most basic of these is learning how to hold your gear properly. This is one of those things that often isn’t covered in manuals, but if you stopped in here, you’re just in time to check out the videos I’ve prepared just for this purpose. Check out how to hold a Point and Shoot, iPhone, or SLR camera below:
Point and Shoot Technique:
iPhone (or any smart phone):
As you can tell from the videos and articles, this is not just about Canon gear. Anyone with any gear can improve their craft with sound technique and practice. So, as we move toward 2013, keep this in mind. More tk, and enjoy the holiday!