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How to Use Your Camera's Focus Settings

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Professional Photography Jay Patel discusses how to different focus settings on your camera to capture diverse subject matter in nature.

Should I use Manual Focus or Auto Focus?

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Confused about when to use auto focus versus manual focus? Peter Coskun walks us through situations when one focus technique is better than other.

Capture Stunning Photos using Selective Focus Setting

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Anne Belmont tells us why she loves using selective camera focus setting for close-up and macro photography.

Benefits of Using Single-point Focus

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Clint Burknishaw walks us through different focusing scenarios that will benefit from your camera's single-point focus setting.

Hyperfocal Distance: 5 Popular Myths Debunked

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Pro Photographer Jay Patel debunks the some of the popular myths surrounding Hyperfocal distance.

How can I get sharp focus every time?

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There are various reasons why you might have problems getting sharp focus in your photos. Here are some tips for solving the problem.

My Favorite Auto & Manual Focus Settings

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Josh Cripps shares his favorite auto & manual focus settings...and why and how he uses them for landscape photography.
Serval in Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania by Anne McKinnell

Focus Settings: 5 Common Mistakes To Avoid

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Anne Mckinnell share her knowledge about camera's focus settings that will help nature photographers capture sharp photos.
macro photo of orange lily stamen

What's a Focal Plane and Why Should I Care?

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The focal plane tells which elements are important, and which aren't. A well chosen focal plane creates impact, a poorly chosen one introduces confusion.

Focusing Tips for Getting Sharp Bird Images

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Photographing birds in flight or action can be a frustrating experience, as images often look soft or blurry. Here is how to get them sharp.

Pre-Focus to Photograph Insects

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It would seem rather difficult to photograph insect, but knowing its behavior and how to setup your camera can make it easy.

Focus as a Creative Choice

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While it may be technically feasible to get everything is sharply in focus it is always necessary? Or artistically pleasing?