News Landscape shooters listen up: you NEED to use this technique!

Aug 26, 2020
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Is this a joke? "Instead of using a scientific method that allows you to take the shot quickly but might not give a perfect result every time, use a method that takes four times as long and is less likely to give a perfect result first time but then keep tweaking settings and adjusting focus until it works."

Seriously? If we are going accept multiple trial & errors into the methodology then it would be quicker to just use the hyperfocal method and if it is not perfect first time then close the aperture one stop or adjust the focal point slightly closer and you would very likely need just one more shot.
 
Sep 3, 2020
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I will try this. Just really want to say with all the ego based, self promoting tutorials out here so full of bs it is really good to see a concise, usable format for a change!
 
Sep 3, 2020
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Is this a joke? "Instead of using a scientific method that allows you to take the shot quickly but might not give a perfect result every time, use a method that takes four times as long and is less likely to give a perfect result first time but then keep tweaking settings and adjusting focus until it works."

Seriously? If we are going accept multiple trial & errors into the methodology then it would be quicker to just use the hyperfocal method and if it is not perfect first time then close the aperture one stop or adjust the focal point slightly closer and you would very likely need just one more shot.
Hey, you are obviously an advanced user. This will be a good place for a beginner to start. So, nerd, why not just allow...
 

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