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Canon EOS 6D: From Snapshots to Great Shots by Colby Brown

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3. Adjust Your Autofocus

One of the most important elements of a photo is focus. A crisp, sharp image is what most of us are after. Even when you want to creatively use a blurred subject, it’s important to know your focusing options. When it comes to the 6D’s autofocus (AF) modes, you have three options:

One Shot: This setting is used to capture a subject that is not moving, such as a building or a mountain.

AI Focus: This setting is used to capture subjects that might not be moving initially, but have the potential to move before you take the photo, such as a pet or small child. The camera’s AF system will track your subject once it begins to move.

AI Servo: This setting is used to capture subjects that are constantly on the move. This ...

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