My Seven Best Tips for Proper Auto and Manual Lens Focusing – Free Quick Guide

Focus. It is probably the most critical trait of a high-quality photographic image.

You can have the most beautiful scene, object, or subject within your camera frame. But if it’s not in focus, then you have nothing. (Unless you’re getting artsy like a Monet painting.)

If an image is almost in perfect focus, you can add a bit of sharpness using your post-processing software like Photoshop, Lightroom, etc. If the focus is way off, then your post-processing cannot salvage the file.

There is tons of advice out there on the Internet on how to get sharply focused pictures.

This guide includes professional bird photographer Tobie Schalkwyk’s top seven tips for achieving sharp focus.

He will be covering the following topics:

  • Shutter speed
  • Aperture
  • Lighting
  • Knowing where to place the focus
  • Camera stability
  • Shooting modes
  • Autofocus Modes
  • Back focus button
  • Reciprocal Rule
  • Setting up your camera

Do you want sharply focused pictures when you expect them? Of course, you do!

Learn everything that you need to know right now.

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Photo Credit: Tobie Schalkwyk

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