CyberManiaK wrote in post #12383493
@CanonEOS..... Now being serious, If you want everything in focus like you have stated before.. Even using F14 (like in your portrait) it doesn't bring everything in focus, closing the aperture doesnt lead you to everything in focus. You must learn what is called hyperfocal distance and Depth of Field.
Ok lets start again I have been learning about the Depth of Field on my 18-135 lens that I most use, I read if I set the mode to AV and I want a sharp foreground and background I need a high aperture number from f/11 or higher say f/22, but if I need a bokeh background a lower aperture number f/5.6 is needed.
alpha_1976 wrote in post #12383568
Let me ask you this
Will this picture look better if you took it say at f22?
You tell me I am still learning about the aperturs I just took that picture to test out my 50mm lens and at the time I didn't have a lens hood for it, but now I do, so this weekend I will go out to take more pictures to see what is the differents with a lens hood can make on this lens and my 55-250mm