Moving now to a mirrorless camera workflow, I decided to revisit autofocus.  This of course has nothing to do with my aging eyes.  One of the many “new” features some of these powerful cameras have is a feature called Autofocus Tracking.  Autofocus tracking, simply means you lock onto a subject and the autofocus system holds your focus right on the selected subject as it moves around the frame.  While this is a powerful tool when it works right, it is a complete nightmare when it doesn’t.  As with all feature tools, I use it sparingly due to experiences exactly like this one.

 

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I specialize in social documentary photography, photojournalism, macro, tabletop, and fine art. My art is capturing life as it happens, the defining moments, the richest life’s notes that all treasure as memories. I’m the guy that tries to makes the rest of Hollywood and the world look great!

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