Fixing Blurry Images Video

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The accompanying text for this video can be found in my Top 4 Causes of Blurry Photos, And How To Fix Them article.

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  1. Lydia Jackson says:

    Thank you so much, great information, I am looking forward to next video. My son is in a art and design school and is taking photographing, like to help him in anyway I can, that is why I thought of getting some lessons from you, you are helping me to help my son.

    I like to Thank you
    in advance for help you are giving to understand on how to shoot better photos

  2. Eileen O'Rourke says:

    Really helpful thank you David

  3. Alexis says:

    I loved the video. I will definitely give this a try before I head home.

  4. Tim says:

    Thanks David l loved the video lots of great tips now I just have to absorb them lol.

  5. Cindy says:

    Thanks David, I learned so much watching your first video!

  6. Jo says:

    Thanks David. I am looking forward to watching and learning, then having a go.

  7. Dorina says:

    Thank u David, very helpful. :D

    • Mark says:

      Hello David thanks so much for the intuitive insight to this subject. I will be looking forward to the rest of the course as I am a quadriplegic and want to learn more about my great camera instead of relying on the automatic modes thanks again.

  8. Sabah N Hamad says:

    Thanks David
    Very simplified and clear, to get that in ten minute, it would have taken me a long time through magazines.

    Keep them coming.

    Kind regards


  9. Kizito says:

    Thanks David, nice tips.

  10. Veeru says:

    Thanks! that was useful, I have a DSLR and I did know about the auto focus but was sure of the effect it would have if you move the focus point while holding the shutter half pressed.
    This is going to be very helpful.

  11. Jenny says:

    Thanks David, looking forward for the next.

  12. Andy swanepoel says:

    Hi David,
    I have a “YouTube” Video downloader, but it can’t download your lessen video’s?.
    My PC has 512Mb of Ram, and it battles to play your video while I’m still in Internet.
    I want to view your video’s when i go off from Internet.
    Can you help?
    Thank you,
    Andy Swanepoel,
    East London, South Africa.

  13. John says:

    Firstly, Thank you for the lesson and how good it is to hear an Australian accent (I’m an Aussie).
    I noted in your “BLUSH” system that you advocate holding a deep breath. Is it not more stable to release the breath and hold while pressing the shutter? This is the method taught to marksmen using firearms or Bow and Arrow.

  14. Nigel says:

    I, as a newbie to using a Nikon D3000 camera look forward to receiving your useful tips and hope to better my use of the SLR. Thank you .

  15. Pamela says:

    Thankyou David, must inspirational, I have to keep having reminders of the whys.

  16. Elaine says:

    Thank you so much David. This is the first video I received and it is so imformative and descriptive. Cannot wait for my next tip!!

  17. Shanmugam says:

    Wow ……….
    Thank you i am really amazed!
    It takes 3 seconds to say I love you, 3 minutes to explain, 3 hours to demonstrate, 3 days to appreciate, 3 terms to produce it, but a lifetime to prove it.

  18. minnesh says:

    Thank you sir, the tips are great, on a cannon I found that using AV is the easiest for me,. what do you prefer, also I leave my ISO on automatic, and have the lowest aperture setting, is that correct. thanks

  19. Wendy says:

    Thank you David for the great tips. I get a little confused with ISO settings. Is an ISO setting of 100 considered as a high ISO or a low ISO? I hope this is covered in another lesson. As a beginner your tips as extremely helpful. Thank you!!

    • Hi Wendy,

      Yes, I’ll cover ISO later on… but to answer your question; An ISO setting of 100 is low. That’s where you want the ISO most of the time because it produces the least noise. However, sometimes you will need to increase the ISO to a higher number to make the camera more sensitive to light to stop blurry photos.

      I hope that helps.


    • Elaine says:

      I agree. Very helpful as a beginner..am so excited to learn some more.. :)

  20. Peter says:

    Hi David,
    I am a complete novice and studying hard to absorb all the details of using my recently purchased SLR D5.

    Thank so very much the video was so easy to understand and to take in.


  21. Eyneen says:

    Good and effective tips, thanx

  22. Dorothy Harrison says:

    David you vidos are really great,I look forward to the other vidos, I have used a camera for more that sixty years and still find I am learning more each time
    My problem is focus, since changing to a compact camera there is only
    The LCD screen for viewing I find it impossible not to get some blurring.
    Maybe you cover this later on.

  23. Karthikeyan says:

    Thanks David, These are basic and very useful technique, Keep it up.

  24. Rene says:

    Thanks David, info are very plain and simple to understand and not a high tech jibber jab

  25. CHINMOY BISWAS says:

    I’m really benefited.As a beginner these information will guide me through the right way.Thank u a lot David.

  26. digiqueen says:

    Excellent tips. Looking forward to more.

  27. albert says:

    thanks david for the great info…

  28. carlos says:

    Amazing, you will learn from the simplest to the largest

  29. carlos says:

    Amazing tips, for a beginner like myself. Didn’t know that the breathing could cause me to mess up my pic taking. I know that with David Peterson we can learn more about photo shoot. So please if your a reader- reading on my comment please check him out and invite others to check him out. Its better to learn now from him than having to hire a photographer. I know I’m having fun with David Peterson Photo tips

  30. maria martins says:

    hi I rely like it! than you very must for the information am new here and already learn a lot today, will not forget.

  31. JASON KIRKHAM says:

    Awesome,thanks David these tips are going to help my photography improve ten fold like you said it would.never new using landscape setting would be so important in various photography aspects.i am impressed.

  32. alan says:

    Thank you I am new to photography and found very helpful

  33. DARLENE says:

    David, thank you for the great tips. The landscape mode will really be useful.

  34. Tony says:

    I received the first tip and watched the video, very informative. I have a Pentax K-7 and would like to tether it to my laptop. Unfortunately Adobe doesn’t list my camera although the camera has the connection and Pentax mention tethering. Can you help me please. Thank you David

  35. hermina says:

    Hi david i have a canon EOS 550 camera how can i set my settings on my camera to take photos in the night without a flash for instant if i want to take photos of fireworks

  36. leoni says:

    Thanks, i am a beginner so i love learning new things. Will try the lessons. Thankz

  37. Albert Martinez says:

    Thanks for the tips. That is a good start of the course. Keep on pace!

  38. Patti says:

    I, like one of your previous entries,
    Would like a little more info about
    The ISO settings. Higher ISO vs Lower
    ISO settings, & which is better for more light. I have my Canon EOS 450 D XSi
    Set on 400. Is that a good setting?

  39. Elmertfudy says:

    Thanks that really helps me with my New Camera Nikon d3100
    I want to get a new lens for it today

  40. Inger Murrish says:

    Thank you you for simplifying and correcting my blurry problems. Great help :)

  41. Dino says:

    How to take high speed goods picture

  42. demozee digital-pic says:

    I can I take a full pic and still make it big as portal

  43. Jo says:

    Can you explain more about ISO and which modes they are available in? What are the negative aspects of using a higher ISO?

  44. Valenchia says:

    Wow thank you i really appreciate this it really has helped me alot:)

  45. Steve Burnard says:

    Many thanks David, most informative.

  46. Michael says:

    nicely done! Thanks David!

  47. Tim says:

    thankyou very good info

  48. Patrick says:

    Thanks David, great advice on improving my photography.

  49. CHERYLSMITH says:



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