The Problem With The Focus-Recompose Method

Wow, I am flabbergasted. But then again I should have known, after all I love mathematics (really).

James Brandon on DPS talks about the bad sides (and the laziness I may add) of the focus-recompose method.

What caught my attention is that it is a method that I extensively used this summer in Italy; I even blogged about it.

So, yes, the math is simple and I am convinced: unless I have a small aperture (and thus a great depth of field), I shall no longer use the focus-recompose method.

The Problem With The Focus-Recompose Method.

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