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I'm reading the 'Understanding Exposure' Book and it's top stuff for a complete novice like me. But I hit my first sticking points today and need some further explanation.
The author writes about taking a landscape shot and using the distance feature on the lens to focus at 3 feet.
Please can someone explain more about this...what it means, when to do it, what steps to take. I have see the fucntion he refers to on my Canon 28-135 USM lens.
Thanks in advance
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I've never heard of 3 feet being the point of focus, but most will recommend 1/3 way into the image in the viewfinder.
Straightforward articles here and here.
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