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Hi All,

I'm currently working on an article about how to take sharper images. So far, I've covered the use of a tripod, switching to manual focus when the light drops, controlling shutter speed, bumping up ISO as a last resort and being aware of environmental factors such as wind when doing macro shots.

Any other practical ideas that I can add?

Warm New Years wishes,

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Find the body - lens sweet zones when using a zoom lens. Mentioned above, f/stop zones are key but I will add for those that use zoom lenses, find the zoom zone's sweet spot. Some lenses will be a tad short or long above the max/min focal adjustment range. Couple this with various f/stop settings, within the prime zoom zone, over time, a sharper application pattern will develop through the zoom's focal range.

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