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Photography tutorials, tips and advice on how to improve your photographs. This video will focus on how to get a strong foreground ...
image with a maximum depth of focus.
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Short lens we want lots, lots and death to focus so were going to use F22 or smaller if you can get it after it’s there. You can find it in the shop, so that means to that anything in above two inches in quantities is absolutely in focus anyway. Pretty much anything more than one note, call for the means on your way.
We got that both going on there, that’s cracking, and we were really close you see wanted it strong in the full ground how far away are we that’s good. That’s very strong, all right, so we got can you see that, yeah, the plate is huge in the picture yeah it’s very nice. And it’s absolutely biting sharp our focus is in the 1/3 in front 2/3 behind. And you focus that, I focus about there. So that F22 I’m sure that meets, the depth effectors will stretched up to about here, if not more.
And anything from there off to the horizon will be in focus, pretty much. The focus would be going to prove me wrong. Yeah, so that’s how that come up in work since you got an interesting picture do you want to have to play with mine because that’s got a very wide lens. Yeah, have a good for your self, I’ve got it when act at your priority. You could do it manually. Another thing with photography is don’t be afraid to you know get on the ground look like an idiot let people step over you they love it.
I know a little, so I would put the gun side where I want to play it hold and it and then recompose.