In this week's Tog Talk I address the subject of how to take tack-sharp photos.
One of the most common complaints I hear from new camera owners is that their photos just aren't sharp enough. You'd think that when someone spends hundreds of pounds (sometimes thousands) on a high quality camera, the resulting photos would at least be nice and sharp.
Avoiding blurred images is not just about knowing how to focus your lens, there are lots of other things to consider.
To help you better understand some of the issues discussed, check out my blog, The Photography Teacher
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