by Bart Arondson

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Two of the photos I examined were taken at f/13. By f/11, considerable degradation from diffraction has set in and only gets worse at f/13. Please see: Using a smaller aperture requires a longer exposure time, in your case 1/60th second. At a focal length of 85mm, blur from camera shake will be ...


On the Nikon Cameras, the best setting for NON Moving objects ( buildings, flowers, Macro, Portraits) will be the AF-S mode.( Singe Focus Mode) The camera will lock onto a single object and remain focused until the finger is released. result will be a sharp Picture. From previous experience, I have noticed that the Nikon Cameras are set to AF-A as a ...

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