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My granddaughter and I have uploaded two pictures into Adobe Stock.  One of them was rejected due to out of focus.  I can not see where it is out of focus any help would be greatly appreciated.spider (1 of 1).jpg

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My granddaughter and I have uploaded two pictures into Adobe Stock.  One of them was rejected due to out of focus.  I can not see where it is out of focus any help would be greatly appreciated.spider (1 of 1).jpg

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The front legs are in focus and part of the abdomen, but when shooting a 'creature' if the eyes are visible, it is crucial they be in focus. they are just out of focus.  Your depth of field is a little too shallow.

Awesome spider though, I hope you get a chance to capture one lit it again.

Try shooting a ruler at different apertures to learn how best to set your camera to capture an inch or two in focus. This should be good for most insects.

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