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“You don’t need to shoot wide open in wa­ter sports,” ex­plains Jack. “Splashes that flick up in front of the kayaker can throw aut­o­fo­cus out, so at f/2.8, depth of field can fall short of the pad­dler. I rec­om­mended Gwen shoot at be­tween f/3.5 and f/5.6. That way, even if AF goes to a splash in front, the per­son is still sharp and you haven’t wasted the shot.”

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