Autofocus point selection control


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Autofocus point selection control

You may have noticed, looking through your camera lens, that there's a variety of little dots or squares inside of the field of view, and those light up to tell you what the camera has focused on. The cool thing is that, you can actually control which one of those squares the camera's going to use. In general, it's set to an automatic mode. And the camera's going to try and figure it out, and you might see a variety of squares light up, as you point at a subject, and push the button down to focus on it. However if you take control over that, you can manually move that square to which ever one I want, and then that's the point that you can use to focus on. So, let's take a look at a couple different camera models to see how we take control over that.

I'll start with this Canon here. You notice that the Canon has a button on the back, that shows a box with a series of dots and kind of a crossed grid pattern. If I push that button down, you'll s...

Autofocus point selection control
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Autofocus point selection control provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Joseph "PhotoJoseph" Linaschke as part of the Photography 101

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