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Importance of Narrow Aperture in Landscape Photography

A narrow aperture means that the depth of field is smaller. If your lens has a very small diameter, you will have to use a longer shutter speed (larger f-stop) to achieve the effect. This reduces the amount of light that enters the camera, resulting in a blurred image.

A wide angle lens is capable of much wider depth
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