2014-01-26

How To Use AF-On And Back Button Autofocus to make your life as photographer more easy

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Try a better way to focus your DSLR! Using back button autofocus is a faster, easier, smarter way to get great AF results from your DSLR. This video will show you how AF modes work - and why decoupling autofocus from your shutter release can take your photography to a whole new level.


This method works both for camera with a dedicated AF-ON button or by reassigning a button on the back of your camera for autofocus.

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1 comments:

JacquelineC said...

I stumbled upon this link in Twitter. Thanks - I'm a newbie. Good eye, zero ability to read a manual and a glancing awareness of how photography works. (are you cringing yet?) I ahve a Nikon D4 with a AE-L and AF-L button - in menus when I try to switch to AF-C from AF-L it says this is not available with current settings. No idea what setting I've set to conflict. I typically am not shooting bucks in the woods, usually food but am committed to learning this equipment this year! Is this something that doesn't really apply to my photography? Do you have other tutorials like this you'd recommend for me? THANKS again.