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Get Focused. Before snapping, hold the shutter button halfway down so the camera pre-focuses on subjects. Cutting lag times, this practice can sharpen image clarity and prevent motion blur, explains Joshua Goldman, senior editor of digital imaging at CNET. "This is especially useful when photographing kids who can turn into human pinballs."
Try Panning. Moving the camera left to right to follow hyperkinetic tots can produce arresting shots that freeze children in focus against a blurred background, says Katrin Eismann, coauthor of Real World Digital Photography.
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