When it comes to focusing techniques, there are many different ways to achieve a decent depth of field with acceptable sharpness all around the picture. Here Dennis Bromage explains his own simplified way
From talking to clients on workshops, focus, or more precisely where to focus, to achieve maximum depth of field seems to be a bit of a grey area that confuses many photographers. Most books suggest that there are two methods of focusing; you either focus a third of the way in the frame, or you use a hyperfocal distance chart to calculate an exact distance and focus at that. Both work perfectly in the right scenario, but neither is…
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