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In taking a picture, it is important to know the focus zone. It's easy to rely on today's sophisticated camera automation. But how does the camera really know what you want it to focus on? Some cameras simply assume that your subject is dead-center in the image area. While this will often work, sometimes the AF system (Auto Focus System) will literally fall through the cracks. For example, if you're taking a picture of two people standing next to each other, the camera might focus on the background between the two subjects, most cameras let you point the camera at one subject then hold the shutter release button halfway to lock the focus. You can then recompose the shot as long as you don't let go of that button. Some cameras may have a separate button for focus lock or multiple AF zone systems, so read the manual before you start shooting. Some AF cameras send out a beam of near-infrared light to detect focus. These cameras can be fooled if you're shooting through glass (such as a museum...(More)
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