Saturday, April 1, 2006
Use these tips to get immediate results for better, more interesting landscape, close-up and wildlife photographs
1. Use A Tripod For Sharper Landscapes
If you mount your camera on a tripod and focus carefully, you'll get sharper landscape photos—guaranteed. Why? Because a good tripod holds a camera steadier than a person can. And tripods aren't just for large-format and super-telephoto shooters: Even if you shoot with a "little" 35mm or digital SLR and never use a long lens, you'll still get sharper photos if you mount your camera on a sturdy tripod.
Using a tripod improves image sharpness several ways:
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