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Shared by Rafiq Elmansy — 12 Dec 2013
Hyperfocal distance is fundamentally the distance that photographers can focus to at any aperture setting, where the subsequent depth of field retains its sharpness in the scene from as perpetuity distance to the nearest possible point.
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