The artist who does not practice his art, is not an artist. This holds true in all arts, including photography, so I’ve been practicing my breathing, and pressing the shutter calmer, to help eliminate camera shake in low light situations.
I get out of my job at 3:30 in the morning, so I have no problem finding low light situations, and I can’t exactly bring my tripod to work with me. Armed with only a Canon SX610HS, and nothing else, I knew I had to time my breathing with the shutter button release, just right, or I would get a blurry image. I did get some blurry shots, but the last ones taken in each area came out much better.
Here, then, are my final results.
They are not perfect, but compared to what I started with, they are improving nicely.