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Photo Doctor - Why are my close-up shots blurred?

Blurred Close-up Shot
Sharp Close-up Shot
CLOSE-UP SHOT BLURRED: Subject too close for camera to properly focus
CLOSE-UP SHOT SHARP:"Macro Mode" allows your camera to focus much closer

CLOSE-UP SHOT BLURRED: Cameras cannot focus closer than approximately 18 inches (45cm). If you your subject is closer than this then your shot will be blurred.

BACKGROUND SHARP: If you switch your camera to "Macro Mode" this allows you to get as close as 1 inch (2.5cm).

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Of course, if you take one of our beginners courses then you'll learn how to eliminate all of these common problems!

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