When to use f22 or higher

Started Jun 10, 2014 | Discussions thread
bikinchris
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Re: When to use f22 or higher

Glacier Cedars at f22

Above, you can see how it is different.

bikinchris wrote:

Cromfordbluenose wrote:

Another poster let us see their pictures taken at f22 which were rather stunning.

I tend to shoot at f8 or a lot wider but rarely the other way except when using macro lens.

I just wondered what people use f11 and above for other than macro. Examples would be great.

Glacier National Park

When you need a slow shutter speed. The above photo as shot with a CP to reduce sheen on ferns and stopped down to a slow shutter speed to soften water. When I can find the f22 version, I will post it.

It is on my phone, but I can't get to it, since it us saved as wallpaper. I will have to post it later.

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