D600 and Landscapes

Started Feb 1, 2014 | Discussions thread
Brev00 Veteran Member • Posts: 8,968
Re: D600 and Landscapes

I find that the choice of focal point has as much to do with overall clarity as does the f stop.  Call it hyperfocal or focusing 1/3 into a scene or whatever works for you, but shooting at infinity or far into a scene and just stopping down might not always work.  Even at f 18, the right corner is blurry.  One thing is to decide if the really close up stuff is vital.  I would crop it out and, at the time, probably would  have decided not to include anything too close.  If it is not vital foreground and you frame further away then you can open up and  relax.  Looking at a hyperfocal chart will give you a better idea about f stop and distance.

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