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digital and zone focusing


I love my Leica for its ease-of-use and the feel of a great engineered piece of equipment – everything is just broken down to the bare necessities and the camera is built to last… also, I love the look of a photograph taken with black and white film. Nonetheless, I really like the convenience that […]

Infinity vs. Hyperfocal Distance


In the example above, the focus point is simply set to infinity – the photographer gives away extra Depth Of Field, since the DOF goes way past infinity at f16 with these settings. With the hyperfocal distance setting, the photographer gets the greatest depth of field out of the lens… Here the photographer uses the […]

Zone focusing


With street photography zone focusing can be a life-saver between the decisive moment and a hit-and-miss-shot – toss the autofocus camera and get a manual lens instead… Zone focusing is pretty straightforward, the photographer simply uses the DOF (Depth Of Field) effect to have the desired object(s) at working distance in focus. Zone focussing comes […]