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By Gary66
What settings if any are there on my camera that would of brought the greenery (fore) into more focus?

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MrGoatsmilk 8 1.5k England
7 Oct 2012 7:29PM
Try using a narrow apature higher f number try the highest you have, you will need to increase your Iso to get the same or faster shutter speed or a day with more light as you will get less light in with the narrow apature. With stationary objects you can keep the ISO low narrow apature and use a slow shutter speed if you use a tripod.

Have a practice on various objects such as shooting along a fence using different apertures and see how wide open low f numbers give a shallow depth of field and closed down high f numbers give a deeper depth of field and how they affect the shutter speed.

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rogerfry Plus
11 543 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2012 8:01PM
See my comment on your forum post.
Gary66 4 164 England
7 Oct 2012 10:19PM
MrGoatsmilk: Thank you, since reading your advice I have been playing around with the camera's settings, when time and light are on my side I will go out and practice like you suggested.

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