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Everything is started with idea just to show my complete workflow in one video. But eventually the "perfectionism syndrome" forced me to create a full 15+ hours tutorial covering all my experience I gained throughout dozen years I'm in landscape photography, including my choice of gear, struggling with compositions at locations, processing of different kind of photos (hdr panorama, vertical panorama, northern lights, milky way, b&w), promotion of your own social accounts and much more. We also created Facebook group for critiques and travel suggestions. So don't miss the chance to learn a bit more ;)
Photo location: Uyuni, Bolivia. 3 photos vertical panorama blended in Ptgui.
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@danielkordan Hi Daniel, great picture. I got into thinking about aperture f-stop setting. A wider aperture i.e. 2.8 will have a super shallow depth of field while a narrower aperture i.e. f/7 or f/9 will give more depth so I am inclined to think this should work better to get good depth for the sky (object is far and everything needs to be in clear focus just like a landscape). Having said this, I also understand that this will limit the light captured way too much and not a good idea to compensate this by going for 12800 like ISO (more noise and grains). Could you help correct my conceptual understanding in this regard? Is it that 2.8 and 3200 settings are the best we can get practically but not conceptually per se?