How to Focus anywhere – VERY important beginner lesson – DSLR Photography Tutorial

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photographyequipment.yolasite.com (Budget Equipment) razzi.me www.facebook.com twitter.com In this video you’ll learn how to move the square focal points around by setting the camera to single servo AFS. Cameras used in this video were Nikon D7000 and Canon T2i Please refer to your manual if you are using another model and can’t figure this out.

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Desiree Spence says:

Thanks for the tip on placing it on something contrasting…I was wondering why it didn’t always work!

SymphogearEX says:

can i somehow hack my point and shoot camera and install some custom made software where i can do whatever i want with it..i hate all automatic controls -.-

airsoftboy62 says:

If u have multiple subjects do to put the focus point on each subject

petermoel2 says:

Very good video!

itsxSEAANx says:

What is that music note on the screen?

poochie01ful says:

so is there a certain type of lens that give you the tunnel effect? you know, where the edges are black and you take the picture in a circle looking thing. is that the lens or just the type of camera you buy or can you do that with any camera?

tastyciggarette says:

To make other things more clear you need a bigger DoF. To get a bigger DoF, you need to get a small aperture. This has a consequence. Your shutter speed will be lower. So you will have to use a tripod or hold your camera really still like a pro.
Good luck!

PhotographersOnUTube says:

Watch the D3100 Tutorial. It’s identical to D3200. You have to go in the menu to change it to single shot. Or in the manual look for focusing modes. AFS stands of Auto Focus Single. Key word is single. I think I did that for D3200 as well. I don’t have D3200 anymore. I got D600 which is also 60fps but much better ISO.

SuperRexray says:

Jib, i was wondering if you can demonstrate this exact tutorial on D3200 please. I’ve been pulling my hair and I cant figure it out. please help!!!! Thanks

Amit Thapa says:

I have been watching your videos for a couple months and have learned so much! I have a question…..i am going to be photographing a bunch of children on a stairway. what settings and lens do recommend for this? i have a nikon d5000 with kit lens also a 50mm and 35mm? thanks!

Nilima akhtar says:

i have 165 focus points? is it normal?

Patty Shawver says:

I have been watching your videos for a couple months and have learned so much! I have a question…..i am going to be photographing a bunch of children on a stairway. what settings and lens do recommend for this? i have a nikon d5000 with kit lens also a 50mm and 35mm? thanks!

divolino says:

Hi, your videos are very good, but somehow it all stops at half way. Did you do it on purpose. Or is it just Youtube.

mosapz says:

I’m very grateful to you , thank you for helping  me ^^ .

PhotographersOnUTube says:

You’ll have to watch other videos to understand different concepts of photography. Everything is there. You just have to watch them.

mosapz says:

Thank you very much ,it works now .

But when I focus on spot the rest things look a little bit unclear not as your video .

So is there any way to make them more unclear ?

PhotographersOnUTube says:

I clearly showed how it’s done in that video. Watch it again I guess. L is for D7000 which you don’t have.

jayson perez says:

im sorry sir, but it didnt help…what is mdschori saying about the “L” or lock switch? Thank you sir again

PhotographersOnUTube says:

Watch my D3200 Tutorial. It’s the same as D3100 for the most part.

jayson perez says:

hello sir, am sorry but I cant seem to move the the red focus dot on my D3100, I hope you could help me, I really love your tutorials, im a beginner and very interested in learning to be a good photographer and your channel sure helps me a lot. I hope you could help me on my question, thanks.

Chris M says:

Hello!
Apologies if you have addressed this question elsewhere and I have missed it; however, what would you do differently if you wanted to get all three items (i.e. the glue stick, the roll of film, and battery) all in focus?
Thanks!
C* 🙂

PhotographersOnUTube says:

It’s actually the opposite. If it’s on L it will not move. Leave it as is which is a “dot” set as default. L will stop it from moving the focusing point.

mdschori says:

FYI: Think he forgot to mention…the switch has to be on “L” before you can move the “red” focus box…and the “L” lock switch is on the right of the LCD screen. Hope that helps.

PhotographersOnUTube says:

Wait for my pros and cons of re composition video. If it were that simple Nikon and Canon wouldn’t have 51 and 61 focusing points in their pro line cameras. Even consumer camera like D7000 has 39 focusing points. Keep in mind when you recompose the focusing point is still calculating the light and it can mess up your exposure and when you shoot at big aperture recomposing can change your focus plane specially in diagonal shots.

Chrisdoddphoto says:

Or…you can focus using single focal point, hold down AF lock and move to recompose without having to refocus

Khambu Sampang says:

can you show this in sony?? I have A290…

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