Hyperfocal Distance

Hyperfocal distance photography is finding the point of focus where you compose the image to allow all aspects of the picture to remain in sharp focus, usually you will be using a small aperture for this of anything over F16 to create the depth and focal clarity.

many photographers tend to use 6×6 format cameras to produce these images or use wide angle lenses to increase the depth and clarity of an image

using the rule of thirds for composition will help greatly whilst trying to produce this type of image, I find that using the bottom third of an image to aim at for the focal point will generally give you a good starting base on making a hyperfocal image

the images i produced for this weeks task are below

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