4 thoughts on “Christmas Village II

  1. I'm trying to learn– In low light situations like this, Why not open your aperture some and use a faster shutter speed? (even with a tripod)

  2. One of the things that happens when you open up your aperture, is that you lose depth of field. Opening your aperture would be a good choice in situations where you either want to soften the background and/or foreground, or when the subjects you want in sharp focus are closer together.

    In this scene the small aperture made it possible to get everything in focus from the small lights in the foreground to the buildings in the back.

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