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Wild life When taking a photo with my Sigma 70-300 lens.On taking a shot at wild life if there are bushes in front of the animal say a fox the fox always seems to be blerd and the leaves on the tree are sharp. I have the setting on A/F and the lens is set on the Macro setting. Can you help

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First, turn off the Macro setting. That's for close subjects, not far ones. With it on, the lens will not focus past a certain distance.

Second, the camera doesn't know whether you're taking a picture of some bushes or of a fox. In this case it's going to have a tendency to focus on the nearer object. So, turn off the autofocus and focus manually.

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