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If you’re like a lot of photographers, you probably like to take photos of landscapes now and again. And, like plenty of photographers, you likely notice that sometimes your photos aren’t sharp from front to back and that the focus is slightly off from time to time. Unfortunately, these issues can spell disaster for your landscape photos.
In today’s video, Joshua Cripps of Professional Photography Tips gives us a few insights about how to correct this problem. It’s not complicated either - just use live view to get the focus spot on and perfect the depth of field as well. Have a look at the video, and in less than six minutes you’ll have a solution to your out-of-focus landscape photo problem!