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10 thoughts on “Tack Sharp: A Step By Step Guide To Nailing Focus

  1. says:

    A beneficial read I have considered using back focus for quite a while It was only after reading this book that I decided to give it a go I wouldn t use anything else any Owning a Nikon camera the only downside was the Canon terminology Never the less, a great read.


  2. says:

    While the book was shorter than I expected it did provide some useful tips for taking sharper photos Some things are so obvious but you just don t make the connection until you see them in print Shutter speed for instance, I ve always kept in mind that the minimum shutter speed for hand held photos really should be 1 40 or so but I didn t connect this with fuzziness in pictures of my 4 year old daughter until this book suggested a minimum shutter speed of 1 100 to freeze her quick jittery move While the book was shorter than I expected it did provide some useful tips for taking sharper photos Some things are so obvious but you just don t make the connection until you see them in print Shutter speed for instance, I ve always kept in mind that the minimum shutter speed for hand held photos really should be 1 40 or so but I didn t connect this with fuzziness in pictures of my 4 year old daughter until this book suggested a minimum shutter speed of 1 100 to freeze her quick jittery movements Back button focus was a completely new idea to me that seems like a good practice as well.I would have liked this book to go over the basics of fine tuning the autofocus of your lenses which I came across after finishing this book Also note that this book is written for users of Canon DSLRs so it does take a little effort to translate if you shoot Nikon


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Tack Sharp: A Step By Step Guide To Nailing Focus Getting Consistently Sharp Images On A Camera Can Be Tricky Especially If You Re Utilizing The Factory Settings On A Digital SLR Achieving Tack Sharp Images Is A Culmination Of Techniques And Custom Function That Are Sometimes Cleverly Hidden Inside Your Cameras Menu SettingsTack Sharp Was Written For Anyone Who Has Ever Struggled With Getting Sharp Images In Different Situations Maybe You Recently Purchased A Fast Lens, But Can T Figure Out Why The Camera Keeps Focusing On The Wrong Part Of The Subject Or Perhaps You Feel As If You Re Doing Everything Right But Still Come Out With Slightly Soft Images This Process Can Be Extremely Frustrating And Hard To Deal WithWithin The Pages Of This Ebook, You Ll Discover The Tips And Tricks Used By The Pros To Take Full Control Over The Advanced Systems Of Focus Within Today S Digital Camera Systems Along The Way You Ll See Actual Examples Of Images Where These Practices Were Put In Place, Often Times In Situations Where Focus Would Have Been Next To Impossible To Achieve Otherwise If You Struggle With Getting Consistently Sharp Images Then Look No Further, This Ebook Is For You