Landscape Photographer, Joshua Cripps shares a quick tip that will help you keep your image in focus, from the foreground all the way to the back.

Landscape photography isn’t quite as easy as it might look. There’s so many little details to keep in mind, and struggling with where you should focus can be so frustrating. Especially if you find parts of your image out of focus, that you thought were really sharp. In this video Joshua Cripps talks about Live View, a quick and easy tool that will help you make sure your landscape images are sharp, all the way through. Take a look…

If you’d like to see more from Joshua, tune in to Professional Photography Tips on YouTube.

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