Sharp Shooting

Andy Brown shares his advice for achieving front-to-back sharpness in your landscape photographs

Achieving front-to-back sharpness in a photograph is rarely more crucial than in landscape imagery, where the viewer’s eye needs the freedom to roam and take in each aspect – after of course alighting on and appreciating your main subject matter.

Deciding how best to accomplish this can be quite daunting when actually on location, where layered compositions fading off into the distance are so commonplace. Fortunately, camera technology lends a hand with increasingly sophisticated auto-focus technology taking out a lot of the guesswork, but it is important to remember that it is not infallible due to its uniform approach.

To really get the best results, ensure that your main subject(s) are catered for, prior to …

Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 56 of Landscape Photography Magazine.

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Andy Brown

An ardent devotee to most genres of landscape photography, Andy’s primary fervour and passion is for mono and split-toned, ultra long exposure imagery.

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