[ATTENTION PHOTOGRAPHERS] Your Images May Not Be As Sharp As They Could Be
When I look back on the photos I took when I had just bought my first DSLR, most of them make me cringe.
The lighting was horrible in most cases. Underexposures, overexposures… composition was awful – probably because there was none.
But what really bugs me about them is how blurry most of them are. The more I get into the world of photography, the more important it becomes to get tack sharp images.
There’s nothing wrong with a blurry photo, if the blur was made in purpose. There are a lot of beautiful examples of motion blur that makes the image even stronger, and more appealing.
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But when you want an extremely sharp photo, and think you’ve captured it right, it’s such a disappointment to view it on your computer only to find out it’s a little blurry.