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While blurry images can be caused by poor focusing, perhaps the number one reason for blurred pictures is camera shake. This video explores how to avoid blurry images and how to get sharp photos using a simple rule.

Know when to use the Focal Lenghth Denominator Rule (or the one over the focal length rule) to get sharp photos. Also know when to ignore or modify this rule.

 


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