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  • Tack Sharp: A Step By Step Guide To Nailing Focus
  • Tack Sharp: A Step By Step Guide To Nailing Focus
  • Tack Sharp: A Step By Step Guide To Nailing Focus
  • Tack Sharp: A Step By Step Guide To Nailing Focus
  • Tack Sharp: A Step By Step Guide To Nailing Focus
  • Tack Sharp: A Step By Step Guide To Nailing Focus

Tack Sharp: A Step By Step Guide To Nailing Focus

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Quick Overview

Within the pages of this ebook, you’ll discover the tips and tricks used by the pros to take full control over the advanced systems of focus within today’s digital camera systems.

  • Updated and revised! New pages, new information and new images added

  • Learn the art of consistently nailing focus on your images

  • Discover custom functions that have been hiding right within your cameras menu settings

  • Say goodbye to the frustrations of blurry, unusable images

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About this eBook

Getting consistently sharp images on a camera can be tricky. Especially if you’re utilizing the factory settings on a Digital SLR. Achieving tack sharp images is a culmination of techniques and custom function that are sometimes cleverly hidden inside your camera's menu settings.

Tack Sharp was written for anyone who has ever struggled with getting sharp images in different situations. Maybe you recently purchased a fast lens, but can’t figure out why the camera keeps focusing on the wrong part of the subject. Or perhaps you feel as if you’re doing everything right but still come out with slightly soft images. This process can be extremely frustrating and hard to deal with.

Within the pages of this ebook, you’ll discover the tips and tricks used by the pros to take full control over the advanced systems of focus within today’s digital camera systems. Along the way, you’ll see actual examples of images where these practices were put in place, often times in situations where focus would have been next to impossible to achieve otherwise. If you struggle with getting consistently sharp images then look no further, this ebook is for you!

What People Are Saying

"I have to admit to being a little dubious about what can be learnt from an ebook when my images are pretty much already sharp due to the use of a tripod and a little time taken to set up - but having downloaded and read this ebook over the weekend I am very surprised and happy to admit that I've learnt various new tricks and am now using several aspects of my camera that I had no idea existed previously. Thanks very much."
— Michael Murphy

"I sat down and read 'Tack Sharp' this afternoon and was thoroughly impressed. In this eBook, James successfully dissects and explains the keys to creating the sharpest images possible in language that everyone will be able to understand. Not only are the basics of exposure covered in detail, but more advanced tips and tricks are shared. I know for a fact that I will be implementing the tricks James shares into my photography routine. Thanks!"
— Heath O'Fee

About the Author

James journey as a photographer has revolved around one thing: staying passionate about what he is doing. He has been taking pictures as a career since 2009 and originally specialized in portraits and commercial work. He doesn't do much of that these days save for a few select clients, instead he has moved more toward his passion of teaching others while also enjoying landscape, travel and weather photography.

About Trey Ratcliff

Trey RatcliffTrey Ratcliff is a photographer, artist, writer and adventurer. Each day, Trey posts a new photo to his website StuckInCustoms.com, which receives over half a million monthly page views. Trey has over 10 million social media followers via , Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter.

Trey is best known as a pioneer in HDR photography. Chris Anderson from TED called Trey a "pioneer of HDR photography." HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, a technique whereby multiple levels of light are captured for a particular scene and then combined into a single photograph. The resulting images are richly detailed and more closely resemble what you recall of the scene in your mind.

Trey's photo, Fourth on Lake Austin, was the first HDR photograph to hang in the Smithsonian. He has been featured on ABC, NBC, CBS, FOXand the BBC, and his photos have accumulated about 1 billion views. His best-selling book, "A World in HDR" sold out on Amazon in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia. Using a unique teaching style based on curiosity and discovery, Trey has taught hundreds of thousands of people the secrets to his photography techniques.

Trey grew up blind in one eye, which changed the way he has come to experience and visually map the world. This, combined with his degree in computer science and math, has shaped his unique, algorithm-like, approach to capturing a scene that evokes more palpable memories.

Trey is also a successful entrepreneur. His endeavors include popular iOS and Android apps such as 100CamerasIn1, Stuck On Earth and Photo Voyages. In addition he launched Flatbooks.com, which is a rapidly growing eBook publisher.

For additional details about visit: http://www.stuckincustoms.com/trey-ratcliff

About Stuck In Customs

StuckInCustoms.comStuckInCustoms.com is the #1 travel photography blog. It features Trey Ratcliff's travel photography, photography tutorials, photography workshops, free photography tips, free HDR tutorial, digital camera reviews and photo editing software reviews.

His photos and stories capture the beauty of exotic travel destinations and the humor of bizarre situations he often finds himself in. There is always something new, unexpected and beautiful to see.

Quick links to areas that may interest you!

- Trey's Photography Portfolio
- Free HDR Tutorial
- Free Photography Tips
- Stuff You Need
- What's in Trey's Photo Bag?
- Trey's Camera Reviews
- Trey's Software Reviews
- Photography Workshops

 
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