Tag Archives: Focus

Mouse trap

Focus Trap | A Cool Little Focusing Technique For Sharp Images

Focus trap is a quick and handy strategy which helps prefocus on the area where the action is going to happen and setup a trap for our subjects. As soon as the subject hits the trap the camera shutter fires and takes the image.

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A camera body with a lens attached

What Is A Tilt Shift Lens? | An Ultimate Reveal All Guide

Tilt-shift lenses are pretty much the closest thing we photographers have to pure wizardry. Plane of focus modification and distortion control are its key uses.

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A macro image of a yellow flower on a white background shot using Macro or Closeup filter

Macro/Closeup Filters | Here Is How To Make The Most Of Them

Macro or Closeup filters are the cheapest way to shoot macro images. You could easily attach a filter onto any lens you already own and start shooting macro images.

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Focus Peaking technology and how to use it to pin point focus

Focus Peaking | All You Need To Nail Focus Like A Pro

Focus peaking is a manual focus assisting feature which helps highlight the parts of the image which are in focus. This not only allows you to acquire focus fast but also with incredible accuracy.

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Autofocus Modes Explained using the image of a young woman at night

Autofocus Modes Basics | An Introduction For Beginners

Understanding Autofocus Modes is crucial for you to master your camera and take tact sharp, beautiful images. When to choose which mode is the question you need to be able to answer…

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focus and recompose focusing technique demonstrated on a black and white street photograph

Focus And Recompose Technique | How To Use It The Best

Focus and recompose is a technique used by many photographers to acquire focus faster and with more accuracy. That is if done correctly. If however the technique

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Landscape image of a mountain range explaining the plane of focus

Subject Distance & Aperture Value | This Is What You Should Know

Depth Of Field is NOT fixed for a particular aperture value. This is a classic mistake that most new photographers make. Actually DoF is dependent on the…

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Back button focus reassigned to the AE-L/AF-L button

Back Button Focus | Control Your Autofocus Like You Never Have

Back button focusing is a way to reassign the autofocusing control from the default half-pressed shutter button to another button at the back of the camera.

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Focus Breathing Problem

Focus Breathing | The Unsaid Problem Of Many Lenses

Put very simply, focus breathing is the tendency of a lens to automatically zoom out when changing focus from infinity to a close subject or vice versa.

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