Tack Sharp: Photography Tips to Nailing Focus
Achieve consistently sharp photos with these professional techniques
|Freddy Martinez, Curator|
Photography Tips get tack sharp photos every time you press the shutter
You take several photos with your DSLR and they look great on your camera’s 3-inch screen, but after opening them in Photoshop you realize many of them are blurry.
Getting sharp photos can be tricky, especially for someone who is just starting out. However, even pros oftentimes get shots that are not quite as sharp as they would like.
Photographer James Brandon has created an e-book on Photography Tips to help you take ultra-sharp images. This e-book goes beyond the basics of shutter speed and aperture. You’ll learn about the advanced functions used by seasoned professionals that are hidden and tucked away inside your camera’s settings.
In this Photography Tips eBook discover the extremely common but rarely corrected mistakes that prevent photographers from capturing sharp photos. Do you use your shutter button to focus? Do you focus using the “focus-recompose” method? Do you only focus in single point AF mode? James Brandon will show you what you should be doing instead.
Brandon also takes you through some of his photos, where he will illustrate exactly how he made the specific image so sharp. He’ll explain not only how he shot the image, but how he enhanced the sharpness with post-processing.
If you’ve ever struggled with getting sharp images consistently and you don’t know why, then this e-book will help you immensely.
You will learn:
- What is the “focus trifecta” and how this will consistently make your images sharper
- Camera settings most photographers don’t know about that make achieving focus easier and faster
- The setting you should use for moving objects
- The different types of focus points and how these points affect sharpness
- Photography Tips on how Brandon shot and processed certain images in his portfolio