Autobrecciated Rhyolite, Penfathach, Goodwick, Pembrokeshire, Wales
The focus was on the compass-clinometer, but
generally I just try to use the largest f-stop
possible for the greatest depth of field. The rock
exposure isn't that large. I might, however,
left the auto-focus on by accident. [Edit: just
checked the image metadata - it was manual focus].
If so, I wish I'd done it for the perlitic
cracking outcrop on the same headland which is so
out of focus to be useless. I'm still learning
with this kit.
Great outcrop. It's hard to capture a rough
outcrop surface in uniformly good focus. Where did
you fix your focus, Ian? Did you think about
trying autofocus on this shot?
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