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Old Apr 15, 2005, 12:41 AM   #11
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You guys are all mentioning the usage of f/29. Now I realize that the aperture determines the depth of field but on a non-dSLR camera (mine is the Panasonic FZ-15), you can only set f/8 as the smallest aperture. On landscaping shots like Quan Tran's, how does this limitation hurt the picture and to what degree? If it does hurt the picture, is it fixable in post processing?
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