Most people know about ‘focus and recompose,’ but did you know you could take it a step farther? Watch and learn this ‘ninja’ technique of keeping the focused locked even between shots. It’s very simple, but we find that not a lot of people know about it before we tell them during our workshops. It’s also one of those things that is easy to understand, but can be a bit tricky to do reliably in heat of the moment. With practice you can master this technique and, once you do, it will be an indispensable part to your street photography tool box.
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