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The focus is the area (more specifically, the exact distance) in a photo that appears sharpest. The focus of a photograph is affected (and determined) by the camera’s lens element geometry.

The focus is also used interchangeably with the term “focal point”, and refers to the point or area of a photograph that most draws the eye. The focal point of an image can be either intentional or accidental, is affected my many aspects of the image such as color or focus, and can vary between viewers (see Composition).

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