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Maximise Depth-of-field while shooting landscapes
F-stop, aperture & depth-of-field are directly connected with each other. While shooting landscapes, shoot at the highest possible F-stop, which means the lowest possible aperture. As you increase the F-stop from f5.6 to f22, the aperture decreases, which in turn, results in an increase in depth-of-field. Unfortunately, as F-stop increases, shutter speed decreases. To avoid shake use a tripod. In absence of a tripod, anchor the camera against a substrate or your elbow against your chest.

Maximise Depth-of-field while shooting landscapes
Waterfall at Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, Tamil Nadu