Monday, May 4, 2020

The first in my new series of instructional videos: Servo focus vs. fixed focus

I am really excited to release the first in my new series of instructional videos.

Each of these videos is kept short and sweet, trying to give you valuable information in a short amount of time.

This first video explains the difference between fixed focus and servo (or follow) focus in your camera. Knowing how to change these focus modes can make a HUGE difference in the quality of your photos. This video explains why that is the case.

You can click on the image above to watch the video. And, while on the YouTube page, don't forget to subscribe to the channel.

I hope that you enjoy this and the upcoming videos and learn from them as well.


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1 comment:

VPUCCI said...

Hi Jeff,

Great video. It is extremely generous of you to take the time to help others interested in photography. I have been a subscriber to your blog and I look forward to reading how you handle different shots.
Since you use Canon equipment do you think in a future video you could explain the different AF Focal Points of Canon cameras and how and when you use them?

Thank you,

Vito Pucci