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Use a tripod whenever possible. If there is no tripod available a second best option is to put the camera on a safe and sturdy surface where it is not in danger of being knocked off (i.e. table). A third option is to lean against a tree, wall or some other sturdy object (with the camera hand touching it). Can’t do any of these? Stand with feet shoulder width apart, tuck both elbows against your body, and hold the camera with both hands.
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