Sunday, August 23, 2009

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How to Stop Taking Blurry Pictures by Richard Burke

There may be times that you want an image to be blurry. The pictured image of a running doe and fawn was taken on a tripod and the tripod was panned during exposure to add a sense of movement to the image. In most cases though, you want to freeze the action of an image to define the ultimate moment of the scene. There are a number of reasons that images are blurry, but the most important factor is the movement of the camera during exposure. If the camera moves, the image will blur. I know that most of us like to think we are as steady as a rock, but we aren’t. The place to start, however, is with the equipment. Make sure the front and back elements of the lens are clean. Dirty lens elements can be a major contributor to image degradation. Follow the tips in my article, “How to Clean a Digital Camera” and then read this article to discover the road to sharper pictures.

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