The N-Photo team on… Stay­ing sharp

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Paul Gro­gan Edi­tor

What looks crisp on your cam­era’s screen may not look so great blown up big on your PC. Zoom into the im­age on your LCD to en­sure it’s pin-sharp. paul.gro­gan@fu­turenet.com

Ja­son Par­nell-Brookes Staff Writer

We’re all guilty of it – head­ing out with­out a tri­pod. I’ll show you how to set up your three-legged friend for a rock-steady shot ev­ery time (p 36). ja­son.par­nell-brookes@fu­turenet.com

Ben An­drews Lab Man­ager

Don’t be afraid to up the ISO when shoot­ing in low light – it’s far bet­ter to suf­fer a lit­tle bit of noise than have an im­age that’s ru­ined by cam­era shake. ben.an­drews@fu­turenet.com

Rod Law­ton Head of Test­ing

Por­traits are all about the eyes, so use an AF point on your sub­ject’s clos­est peeper – other fa­cial fea­tures can then drop pleas­ingly out of fo­cus. rod.law­ton@fu­turenet.com

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