Tagged: Blurry photos

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Why I don’t like IBIS

Let’s consider a hypothetical situation. You are twenty-something, you’re female and you’re on holiday in Turkey.  You have a camera with a reasonably long...

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A Camera for Christmas?

Leaving your camera on AUTO will work for most of the time, but with the camera making all the decisions for you, you can expect a number of issues to arise.

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Avoid blurry photos Pt. 3

In part two we looked at image softness caused by shutter speeds that were too slow. Now we tackle burry photos caused by poor focusing techniques and how to ensure that the lens renders a sharp image.

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Avoid blurry photos Pt.2

So as a photographer, you have to ensure your shutter speed is appropriate for the situation you’re photographing.  Every moving subject can be captured mid-action by an appropriate shutter speed.  Any speed that isn’t man-enough for the job, one that is too slow… and there will be motion blur.