Tips for getting the best auto-focus

Started Dec 25, 2012 | Discussions thread
OP Y0GI Veteran Member • Posts: 5,233
Re: Tips for getting the best auto-focus

AvyMan wrote:

Y0GI wrote:

I found this tutorial over on the 10D-7D forum. It is very good and has a lot of useful information for beginners. If your photos are not coming out sharp, get out of Automatic Mode and give these tips a try!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=x4bQc36r5ek

Thanks Yogi. You're always adding something here to help people out. While these are all pretty much habbit, and I only use the back button, it's always good to see and review what others have to say.

Nick

Thank you, Nick, for the kind words!

My hope is that this video may spur some newbie to get out of the 'green box Auto Mode' and try something different that is a little more challenging, and hopefully rewarding.

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