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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.

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