shoot without a tripod


posted on 5th of july, 2012

When I am out and shoot so it often happens that I get a little shaky in the hands when
I shoot freehand without a tripod. So I found a lens with VC (Vibration Compensation). then it became my photos super good.
Award-winning high-performance telephoto lens!
Tamron SP DI VC 70-300/4-5,6 Nikon
Se exempel: 25507618

Comments (13)

Posted by Thammarsten on July 12, 2012
Yes true was in Ă–land in Sweden and photographed multiphoton when I use the tripod
Posted by Elifranssens on July 11, 2012
My Canon 24-105mm with Image Stabilisation broke some time ago and for a while I had to shoot again with my old lenses. Only then did I realise how much help you get from technology to shoot good images.

I prefer not to use a tripod except for night shots even though I'm getting good also at shooting those without a tripod. Just lean against anything you can find (streetlight pole, a wall,...) and chances are you might just get away with a decent shot.
Posted by Thammarsten on July 08, 2012
of corse i agree!
Posted by Martingraf on July 08, 2012
especially when you are as shaky as I am sometimes - when I use my 300mm freehand I really have to go to 1/1000 to get my images really sharp and even then I'm not on the totally safe side - so with the VC and an approx. 3 stops advantage I would be somewhere at 1/125 - but then I'm also dependant that my object isn't moving that quickly (same problem with tripod though) - but besides all this - the composition of a picture is with tripod also much easier - at least if you have the time to do so
Posted by Thammarsten on July 08, 2012
yes it's true, but VC is great when you're shooting in the environment with a lot of people and can not use a tripod.
Posted by Martingraf on July 07, 2012
congratulations - good choice - Tamron has nice lenses for a good price - I have the 90mm macro and it's fantastic! I agree to Kikkerdirk's statement though to rather use a tripod when taking photos whenever possible - but it's also good to know to have VR for the many other situations when you have to react quick or when it's just too inconvenient....
Posted by Thammarsten on July 05, 2012
No, you want good objetiv you must pay hehehe!
Posted by Thammarsten on July 05, 2012
Ok then I gonna check out the lens thank you!
Posted by Inyrdreams on July 05, 2012
I recently switched to VR lenses too... using nikon on my d5100. I do think it helps but I sure dont like the price of them!
Posted by Kikkerdirk on July 05, 2012
I use a sigma 105mm macro. A beautiful sharp lens, I love it! High quality reasonable price!
Posted by Thammarsten on July 05, 2012
The bay type of macro lens should I buy?
Posted by Thammarsten on July 05, 2012
ok tanx!
Posted by Kikkerdirk on July 05, 2012
Vibration compensation can help, but when possible it is best to shoot using a tripod. Especially when using a tele lens!
I've written an article about the use of a tripod.
You can read it here: How and when to use a tripod
Anyway nice picture!



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