Landscape Photography

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  1. rjackjames

    rjackjames TPF Noob!

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    I am pretty big into landscape photography......how do get sharp focus when taking landscape photos.

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
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  2. - Tight aperture, around f/11 - beware going tighter, you'll need to try out your lenses. Every lens has different characteristics, but many cause chromatic aberrations at their smallest opening.

    - Tripod

    - Mirror lock-up

    - release cable

    The last three ensure your camera does not shake or move AT ALL, which matters due to the longer exposure times
     
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    and weight on your tripod to further stabilize it against wind and such. A camera with movements helps a lot too.
     

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