Using Natural Light in Food Photography
10 Fun (and Practical) Ways to Manipulate Your Photos
5 Tips for Shooting Cities and Buildings with Your Digital SLR

A Collection of Images from Travel Photography In A Day For Dummies

Narrow the aperture for nature

A nature scene, such as this one taken on the grounds of the Wakayama Castle in Wakayama, Japan, benefits from a deeper depth of field, where most of the image is in focus. This is accomplished by using a narrower aperture setting—meaning you set it to a higher number such as f/18 or f/22.

  • Add a Comment
  • Print
  • Share


Promoted Stories From Around The Web

blog comments powered by Disqus
How to Fix an Overexposed Digital Photo
Keeping Your Camera Safe and Working While You Travel
Joining an Online Digital Photography Newsgroup
How to Straighten Photos Using Windows Live Photo Gallery
How to Find and Load Photoshop Elements Actions