Wide-an­gle lens

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A wide-an­gle lens makes it dif­fi­cult to iso­late sub­jects. This is due to their in­her­ent char­ac­ter­is­tic of giv­ing a greater depth of field when com­pared with longer fo­cal length lenses, like 50mm and up. Tantse used a Nikon 17-35mm f/2.8 lens for this shot, set to 17mm. At f/14 the depth of field was so great that even the clos­est reeds and fur­thest moun­tains were in sharp fo­cus.

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