Mr. E’s DSLR Tips – Stop Out of Focus Shots with your DSLR

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goo.gl – the best web host. This is the first tutorial in a series of short videos called Mr. E’s DSLR Tips. Each video will be short and succinct. Each video will demonstrate an essential skill necessary to achieving excellent photos with a DSLR. I’m not a professional; I’m just a regular guy so I just use regular guy language. In other words, these videos will be simple and easy to understand. This first video will focus on why people new to DSLRs often take out of focus pictures. Achieving accurate focus with your new DSLR can be a frustrating experience. Because of shallow depth of field, multiple auto-focus points and other factors, many photographs taken with a new DSLR are out of focus. This video will show you how to eliminate out of focus shots and how to make sure your shots are almost always in focus. This is just one method of eliminating out of focus shots, but I believe it’s the most important method, especially for beginners. For this video I use a Canon EOS t4i, sometimes referred to as a 650D, and sometimes referred to as a Rebel. But the tips in this video will work for any DSLR, not just Canon Rebels. Stay tuned for more DSLR tutorials. And check out my channel for other useful tutorials.

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Matthew Tooley says:

Thanks for the vid, as a newbie to DSLR I’m looking for vids just like this to help me get better at handling my camera and taking pics, looking forward to your next vid

pagirl4now says:

You’re really good at explaining what each button does and how things work. This is really helpful. Thanks a lot.

blmasson says:

Good start. You might consider extending this video to explain how to use the center focus point to focus on something that doesn’t happen to be in the centre of the frame, recompose and use the back button to set the exposure.

MsTweezer says:

nice, good stuff

grandmaathome2 says:

Thanks for the video. You make what feels complicated to me seem more simple. I think I can do this!

Loren M says:

good tips yo!(:

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