[ATTENTION PHOTOGRAPHERS] A Special Location Deserves A Special Image – And It’s Easier Than You Think!
Most beginning photographers (and perhaps even some of the more experienced ones) seem to think a wide-angle lens is the only way to go if you want to capture a breathtaking landscape image.
This may be true in certain locations. If there are beautiful details both in the foreground and background of your planned frame, a wide-angle is definitely the right choice.
But what if you weren’t planning on shooting particularly landscapes, and you only brought a telephoto lens with you?
Or what if it’s, say, a cityscape image, with so many details that you want to save all of them, to the highest quality possible.
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There is a technique that can help you take astonishing landscape images when you only have your telephoto lens with you, and it’s not even difficult once you learn a few tricks!
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This is not the way to get the sharpest images.
I’m listening, Danny. I recently purchased a 24-120 Nikon lens and have discovered that shooting wide open, and on a tripod, it is sharpe. But, when shooting at f22-32 it seems to soften a bit. I can sharpen it up in LR, but why should I need to. Is it the lens, the f-stop, or something else? I was once told that 4 stops down is the sharpest to shoot at?