The False Positive Autofocus Trap

7/09/2019 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

The "False Positive" Autofocus Trap

Have you ever faced a low light or low contrast subject and discovered that, despite the camera showing a confirmed AF lock, the camera actually missed critical focus?




When I run across that scenario myself, I use the technique outlined in the video below to help overcome the problem. - said Steve Perry - Plus, it works especially well for subjects with “challenging” facial structure too (deep-set eyes, slanted faces, – you know, the kinds of things where it’s tough to get right on the eye.


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About Steve Perry:

He is an award winning landscape and wildlife photographer with a deep commitment to bringing his unique vision to life whenever he lifts a camera to his inspired eye. Follow him on backcountrygallery.com or  grab his books "Wildlife Photography And Nikon AF Books"



Text, images and video via Steve Perry  | backcountrygallery.com/the-false-positive-autofocus-trap



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