Perceptive Photographer Episode 17: Sharp focus and fuzzy ideas

Hosted by Daniel j Gregory

July 6, 2015

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A recent conversation with a fellow photographer about all the technical settings for setting up your camera for the right type of focus got me thinking more about how much focus matters with photography. While it is easy to focus on all the cross-hairs, points of focus, servos, manual vs auto and phase detections, it is hard to realize that focusing on the wrong things and having a lack of clarity and purpose in the work can be just as damaging to the overall focus of an image as can selecting the wrong focus point in the frame.

 

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