Photography Tips and Tricks - 47
Do you want sharper photos? Then increase your shutter speed. A slow shutter speed is susceptible, camera shake, subject movement, motion from wind. So if you are shooting at 1/50 - 1/250 second shutter speeds, try to get faster than 1/500.
Faster shutter speeds improve sharpness in photos. Try increasing your shutter speed to get that shaper photo the next time you are out shooting.
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