A handy thing to have while traveling is a small tripod or even a clamp that you can use to hold the camera steady in low light situations.  eg the dim interior of a cathedral. When the shutter wants to stay open for several seconds in order to gather sufficient light, any tremor imparted by shaky hands will result in a blurry shot. I took this photo in a Moroccan garden a few years back, the camera atop a small flexible tripod balanced on a window sill. Luckily the only significant movement on this still evening was from the fountain, and its spouts have blurred into creamy trails. On the hillside, the house lights of Chefchaouen begin to come on…

Moroccan garden at twilight by © Propertyshoot Photography

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