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Old 7th January 2009
DannyH
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Frozen webs and Aperture question

I went out last weekend to the local flood plain, but the road was flooded and I saw these down the road. There was an area with frozen spider webs that I shot below.

As I have wanted to get more DOF on my close-ups, I've started using aperture priority off and on. In reading how this is used I see that a sweet spot might be around f9 to f11. I had many of my shots at f22 look soft to me. To get them sharper, should I be shooting closer to f11? Is this what is meant by a sweet spot?






This one looks like lace




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