Camera Shake - Camera shake is the slight movement in a photograph causing it to be blurry and out of focus. Camera shake usually appears when the cameras shutter speed is too low (usually about 1/60 of a second).
How can camera shake be avoided? -
- There are many ways you can avoid camera shake, you could use your body in many different ways to create more balance, you could tuck in your elbows, or crouch down and use your knees.
- You could use a tripod. A tripod is typicaly used to stabilise and lift a camera or some sort of lighting equipment.
- Also any solid stable non moving surface could be used as a tripod.
Flash - A pop-up flash is usually built into most cameras and is not considered to be a 'continuous source of light' as it is only on for a brief amount of seconds.