[WARNING PHOTOGRAPHERS] If You Haven’t Taken The Time To Do This, Your Camera Is NOT Focusing As Well As It Should!
Are you getting less than tack sharp images? You’ve made sure your lens is clean, as well as your camera sensor.
Your shutter speed is fast enough to avoid possible motion blur, or you’re using a tripod and a remote trigger to eliminate even the slightest possibility of camera shake.
And still, your subject isn’t that sharp.
I am a Canon shooter. I shoot with a Canon 6D and my favorite lens is the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM Telephoto Zoom.
With the price tag associated with this body and lens and the fact they are both Canon you would think no adjustments would be necessary right? Think again.
GO TO THE NEXT PAGE FOR THE VIDEO
If you’ve done everything you can think of to get rid of this problem and you’re still not getting good results, it may be time to check if your camera and lens aren’t working together in perfect harmony, so to speak. I don’t mean you should get a new lens – instead, there is a simple procedure that will make your gear produce the sharpest possible images. Check out the following video to learn more about it.