Using Hyperfocal to create depth from near to far. I was searching for a foreground element liked how these rocks add another layer to the image. Photographed at Glacier National Park, August 2008 with a 16-35mm II lens at 25mm, f/18, 2 seconds, ISO 100, Canon 1Ds mark III
Using Hyperfocal to create depth from near to far.
Having good depth of field in a landscape image creates interest and depth to a photograph. For this effect, use a wide-angle lens. Tip, get close to the foreground! Using hyperfocal focusing on zoom lenses can be done with use of a chart or app to help getting everything in relatively good focus from foreground to background. Happy shooting! Jennifer
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