HOW TO AVOID BLURRY PHOTOS

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How to Avoid Blurry Photos

Blurry pictures are the most dreading experience a photographer may have! In this tip, I share tips to avoid blurry photos.

Reasons for Blurry Photos:

Generally speaking, there are three reasons for having a blurry picture:

1- The photo is out of focus:

2- The subject moves faster than the shutter speed setting.

3- Camera shake.

Let’s dig into these conditions deeper:

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Let’s Prevent Blurry Photos.

The Image is Out of Focus

The fix for this problem is easier than the others; Learn your camera’s autofocus settings, and make sure that you use the correct one. New digital cameras have different focusing modes.

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The Subject is blurry Due to Action

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Everything is fuzzy in the image

Usually, when everything is fuzzy in the image, it is because of the Camera Shake. To fix this issue, use a faster shutter speed.

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