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My Photos Aren't Sharp (Part 1) - Photography Tutorial

This article is intended for the DSLR camera user, who has some notion of what DOF and apertures are, in relation to imagers. However, we welcome you to read the following regardless of your photographic experience or level, because it will eventually make sense to you.


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Achieving Better Focus and Sharpness in Your Images - Photography Tutorial

The most common complaints we hear from most photographers of any experience level is "my images aren't sharp", and "I can't get my focus to lock". Most want to blame their equipment and, while there are many instances that equipment is to blame, we have found a vast majority are just simple user error. This is often down to a lack of understanding of how an autofocus (AF) system works. This tutorial will give you a better understanding of focus and sharpness, and hopefully help you take photographs that you're very happy with!


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Resolution and MTF Curves in Scanners and Sharpening - Photography Tutorial

In this page we examine the MTF of scanners and sharpening algorithms, and we address the question, "What scanner resolution (pixels per inch or dpi) is required for a digital print to appear sharper than a conventional darkroom print?"


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Grain and Sharpness in Scans and Enlarger Prints - Photography Tutorial

In this page we compare grain and sharpness for three scanners with a well-crafted enlarger print, and we look at grain aliasing and software solutions.


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Increasing Sensitivity - Photography Tutorial

One way to improve sharpness in dim light is to increase the camera's sensitivity. This works in places such as theaters and gyms where subjects are too far away for flash to work and where you need a faster shutter speed to eliminate blur. It also is a good way to get pictures without using flash in places such as concerts and museums where flash is prohibited.


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Focus Stacking - A Macro Technique - Photography Video Tutorial

Here's a short guide to shooting several photographs to make an ultra sharp close focus shot. We will explain how to shoot, and then what software will combine the shots to give you ultra sharp results.


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No More Blurred Photo's... Ever! - Photography Video Tutorial

A blurred photo is fit only for the bin, so watch as we show you how to get pin sharp results everytime.

Best of all many of the techniques demonstrated are free and require no extra kit.


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Projecting Light for Creative Effects - Photography Video Tutorial

Projection “Cookie” light is widely used for creative effects in photography, film and theater. Watch this photography tutorial video to learn a technique of projecting light.


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10 Top Tips for Travel Photographers - Photography Video Tutorial

Here are 10 top tips for travel photography. To help you out in getting the best vacation pictures ;)


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