Field of Wild Mustard  
     

Field of Wild Mustard

Camera settings for many images represent a compromise. In this shot, the f/16 aperture adds a little softening of the image due to diffraction, but still does not render the entire depth of "field" (pun intended) completely sharp. The front-most flowers are slightly out of focus. Using f/22 would have meant more softening of the entire image and a longer exposure (subject motion due to wind was already an issue) or a higher ISO setting (which would make more noise visible - especially in the sky).

Camera and Lens Settings
100mm  f/16.0  1/15s  ISO 100  5616 x 3744px
Gear Used

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