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  • Alexa Michele

    Great headshot... (photo tips on getting perfect focus)

  • Nichole Burton

    10 great tips

  • Mary Black

    10 steps to a super sharp focus: 1. Use a tripod 2. Use a remote or wireless trigger 3. Shoot with a prime lens 4. Use a faster shutter speed 5. Control the F-stop 6. Tell your camera where to focus (single point AF) 7. Choose AI Servo 8. Make sure there is enough light 9. Portrait tip - focus between the eyes 10. Do extra sharpening in photoshop

  • Aaron Greenwood

    absolutely helpful tips that I use & share with others...if you're wanting to learn more...A MUST READ!

  • Howard Ahhon

    Beauty l Portrait Photography

  • Felicia Reed Photography

    10 Ways To Get Perfect Focus Every Time #Photography #Pictures #Picture #Photo #Photos #Photographer

  • Sandra Thompson

    Shoot with a prime lens Prime lenses (not zoom) are known to be faster and create tack sharp photos. I know I said it a million times but I love the 50 mm f 1/4. It´s a good value lens - the price is fair but the quality is excellent! 4. Use a faster shutter speed A good rule of thumb is to always make sure that your shutter speed is set higher than the number of your focal lens. For example, if you shoot with a 50 mm lens, set your shutter speed at 1/60 or above.

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