Ex­pert in­sight Plane of fo­cus

NPhoto - - The NPhoto Apprentice -

Ross says… When shoot­ing big winged in­sects like dam­sel­flies, drag­on­flies and but­ter­flies, you have to keep your plane of fo­cus par­al­lel with the in­sect. If you tilt your Nikon at an an­gle to the but­ter­fly only a small slice of the in­sect will be in fo­cus, with ev­ery­thing else blurred. En­sure your cam­era is flat-on to the sub­ject to in­crease your chances of get­ting it all sharp.

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