Photography Tips: Focus Bracketing Technique

Although exposure bracketing is a common photography technique, more advanced photographers may be interested in trying focus bracketing. You'll be surprised how many more "keepers" you come home with when you give these techniques a try. Watch the video to learn more.

Miki Ross writes:

Bracketing your aperture – taking the same shot at f/4, f/5.6, and f/8, for example – gives varying depths of field, while bracketing your shutter speed produces different degrees of motion blur. Bracketing your overall exposure value creates both underexposed and overexposed photos. In this video, though, photographer Scott Morvay teaches us about focus bracketing – a much underdiscussed technique:

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