1. Have your tripod on rock-solid ground. 2. If it's windy, lower the tripod (shorten the legs) if possible. Mke it as stable as possible. Unless absolutely necessary, never extend the neck of your tripod up when shooting in low light or with a slow shutter speed.
Oh if a man tried To take his time on Earth And prove before he died What one man's life could be worth I wonder what would happen to this world
I will scream “Faster faster faster... slower, yes, slower... now a little bit higher and a whole lot lower.” Make a few friendly waves and then surf that curl all the way to “Don’t Be Such A Beach”.
You could discover the cure for cancer or the secret of time travel, but if you don’t follow through and do something about it --- write it down, record it, put it into action --- you’re no closer to Success than you were the day before your ‘discovery’.
1. Don't face directly at your prey, avoiding obvious eye contact. 2. Don't walk directly at your target, moving in at a variety of angles, so as to look casual and unconcerned.
This poem is a result of too much thinking about growing old. I'm almost 50 and some things just aren't working as well as they used to. That's what is addressed here.
If you open with proven material and close with your best material, you can screw around in the middle and have fun with the new stuff with time to save it all in the end and go out with a bang.
“If you don't feel at least a little fear when you go up on stage, you need to try a bigger stage, because fear is where the adrenalin comes from and adrenalin is what feeds Success.”