Sunday, February 16, 2014



"Focusing your camera at the hyperfocal distance ensures maximum sharpness from half this distance all the way to infinity. The hyperfocal distance is particularly useful in landscape photography, and will help you make the most of your the depth of field — thereby producing a more detailed final print. However, knowing the hyperfocal distance for a given focal length and aperture can be tricky; this tutorial explains how it is calculated, clears up common misconceptions, and provides a hyperfocal chart calculator."

Front Focused ImageFront Focus
Back Focused ImageBack Focus
Image Focused at Hyperfocal DistanceFront-Center Focus

hyperfocal distance diagram

read the entire article here: HYPERFOCAL DISTANCE

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