The trickiest aspect of handholding is the fact that you can’t see your camera when it’s at eye level, so there’s a chance you’ll miss shots while changing settings. To overcome this all you need to do is practise. Get used to where the ISO, exposure compensation, and AF point adjustment buttons are so you can operate them without lowering the camera. Being able to do this can make a huge difference when you’re shooting moving subjects such as sport or wildlife and need quick reflexes.