Figure 5-1.Handholding the camera.
steady. Even better results are obtained when you place
the camera steady upside down against a roof or other
the camera on a solid surface, such as a railing or a rock
object within easy reach above your head, such as under
a low archway or firm tree branch.
When taking high-angle photographs with a
twin-lens reflex or waist-level camera, you could hold
Portable and compact supports, such as pistol or
rifle grips, are available for hand-held cameras. These