Using the Hyper Focal Point to Get Sharp Landscape Images

As someone who enjoys capturing landscape images, I am often asked how I manage to get everything in the photo nice and sharp. Obviously, there are quite a number of factors that come into play. Things like using a tripod, proper aperture, etc. One of the most important requirements is knowing where to focus. In the image above, the temptation would be to focus on the are where the hikers and the large trees are located. If we did this, then most likely, the root ball and the tree in the foreground would be out of focus. The question becomes where should the focus point be? The focus point should be on the hyper focal point. This is the closest spot where we can focus where everything

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