The concept of hyperfocal distance is used in landscape photography to achieve the greatest depth of field and acceptable sharpness for both near and far objects. In the two minute tutorial above, wildlife photographer Chris Weston walks through some hyperfocal distance focusing techniques. You can also find a couple informative tutorials at DOFMaster and Cambridge in Colour.
Quick Hyperfocal Distance Tutorial for Sharp Landscape Photographs
- Published on December 10, 2010 by Michael Zhang
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