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Shoot big structures from a distance

Egypt’s Great Pyramids of Giza are certainly one of the world’s most-photographed wonders. To make them look as natural as possible, position yourself a reasonable distance away, which gave the photographer a nice perspective of the three pyramids lined up. A medium depth-of-field setting of f/9 was used to get the shot.

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