When I first started out in photography, one of the things I personally struggled with was producing sharp results consistently. There are a lot of factors that can cause your images to appear blurry or appear to lack detail. Over time, as you develop your experience, you can minimize the number of shots you take that aren't as sharp as one would prefer.
In a recent video by Tony and Chelsea Northrup, they offer a few essential tips to help you prevent missed or blurry shots. If you're a seasoned professional, then some of this information may seem obvious to you, but I still think it's useful to be occasionally reminded. If, on the other hand, you're someone who's still developing their skills as a photographer, then I highly recommend you check out the video linked above. Many of the tips are super useful and can ensure you have more usable shots from any given shoot. It can be an absolute pain to return home from a shoot to find that the shots you liked just aren't as sharp as you'd prefer. Unfortunately, most cameras don't have the best screens on the back to review images properly and effectively. And sometimes, it's not convenient to spend lots of time chimping during a shoot. For this reason, taking some extra care and following the advice outlined in the video above can lead to some huge improvements in the kind of results you end up producing.