“Hyperfocal distance” – sounds like a technical term that is used exclusively in the field of professional photography. However, in fact, this is something that everyone should deal with once and for all in order to improve the quality of their images.
In a nutshell, the hyperfocal distance (HFD or GFR) is a focus point at which everything in the frame from 1/2 of this hyperfocal distance to infinity falls into sharpness (in the focus range). Simply put, this is a focus setting that provides the maximum depth of field throughout the frame. Continue reading