Fuzzy Picture or Do You Need Glasses?

Question

Why Are So Many of My Digital Pictures Fuzzy?

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This question was answered on August 22, 2007. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Digital cameras are one of the best inventions in the digital age, but if you use them like film cameras, your results could be lots of fuzzy images

One of the biggest reasons that digital cameras produce unclear images is that the shutter does not open as quickly as it does on a film camera Get in the habit of holding perfectly still for several seconds after you press down the button to shoot the picture (and get in the habit of taking two shots at a time for really important shots.) Another big reason that pictures look shaky is from using the digital zoom, which is nothing more than a digital crop We highly recommend that you turn off the digital zoom on your camera so you don't accidentally use it and try moving closer to the subject before using zoom at all

Remember, any form of zoom will also exaggerate any movement when taking the picture!

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Posted by George of Data Doctors on August 22, 2007