A] Why are my pic­tures blurred?

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There are sev­eral rea­sons why a pic­ture may not be sharp enough. To di­ag­nose which one is the cul­prit and fix the prob­lem, you’ll need to view the shoot­ing de­tails when play­ing back the im­age (by press­ing up/down on the multi se­lec­tor) and mag­nify de­tails us­ing the play­back zoom but­tons.

Depth of field

If parts of the sub­ject or scene are sharp and oth­ers are soft, it means the depth of field was too shal­low Fix Choose a smaller aper­ture (higher f-num­ber)

Sub­ject move­ment

If the sub­ject is blurred but the rest of the scene is sharp, it means they moved dur­ing the ex­po­sure Fix Choose a faster shut­ter speed

Cam­era shake

If the whole im­age shows mo­tion blur, it means the cam­era moved dur­ing the ex­po­sure Fix Choose a faster shut­ter speed or use a tripod

In­cor­rect fo­cus

If the wrong part of the im­age looks sharp, it means the fo­cus­ing wasn’t ac­cu­rate Fix Choose an AF point man­u­ally

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