Reasons for blurry images
Blurry photos are common issues that may irritate amateurs and professionals. Photos may be indistinct due to many reasons. The most common contributing cause is the incorrect use of shutter speed. During handheld shooting, the chance of shaken camera is less when the shutter speed is high. It is hard for anyone to keep a handheld camera steady. For most people, this limit will be around 1/60th sec. Even if we use a tripod and telephoto lens, camera movement could be the cause, as long lenses magnify even minor vibrations. The moving subject produces a similar ghosting effect, a double image-like camera movement. The only difference is it happens in some specific part of the image.
This fishbone describes the main reasons for indistinct or blurry photos. The template shows the vital causes responsible for out-of-focus or unclear photographs. The fishbone hierarchically holds the causes, i.e. parent and child causes.
Curated from community experience and public sources: