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The focus of your photograph should be on your subject

Being ready to capture your photo isn’t nearly as important as ensuring that your photo’s in focus. Every photograph should have a subject such as the cyclist in this photograph. He’s off-center and the background is blurred, but he’s still in focus causing your eye to settle on him – this is exactly the kind of focus you want.

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