F 217 / 8 June, 2005 [click for previous image: without a care]
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Title • F 217

One of the distinct benefits of shooting digital rather than film is that it really doesn't matter how many shots you take of the same thing. For this shot, for example, I took about 12 – slightly different positions, with a range of apertures (f/8 to f/16). And I know I have a DoF preview button, but it's not always that easy to tell what's in focus and what's not – much easier to just take the shots and look at them afterwards.

5.12pm on 4/6/05

Canon 20D

EF 17-40 f/4L USM

17mm (27mm equiv.)

f/11.0

1/125

aperture priority

+0.0

evaluative

100

no

RAW

DxO Optics Pro

no

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