If you are getting blurry photos and you have tried everything to correct it without any success, the problem is likely the use of wrong autofocus mode. Most professional digital photographers have had this experience in the past, everything seems to be right but yet your images aren’t as clear as you would’ve preferred.
One of the reasons for this occurrence is that your camera is not as properly focused as it should be. When you have this problem, you will need to work on your camera’s autofocus mode and try to get the proper settings. Fortunately, there are wide varieties of modern cameras which give you the ability to easily take sharp images in a wide variety of situations as far as you are using the right autofocus mode.
How to Figure Out Why You Are Getting Blurry Images
Below, we are going to suggest different questions and technique you can use to dissect the problem and figure out what is causing your photos to be blurry.
1. What Type of Autofocus Selection Are You Using: Single-point or Auto-area Autofocus?
This is probably the first question you should ask when your images are turning out to be blurry. When you are making use of an Auto-area autofocus, your camera will be the one to decide your focal point. Mostly, the camera does this by choosing what is closest to the camera or what looks most prominent in the viewfinder. This might turn out to work perfectly for you when you have an obvious subject and much less distractions.
If you need better control, you will be better-off using the Single-point autofocus settings. In this mode, you will be able to choose your exact auto focus. If you are not sure how to do this, check your camera’s manual.