5 References

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    A short version of a series of papers which first appeared in Shutterbug in 1991-1992. The author wonders why he rarely gets satisfactory sharpness using the hyperfocal distance, and shows why another focusing strategy gives better results.
  8. Merklinger, Harold M. (2002), The INs and OUTs of FOCUS: An Alternative Way to Estimate Depth-of-Field and Sharpness in the Photographic Image. Internet Edition, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
    An in-depth study of the subject.
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    The basics of photography from a practical point of view. Especially chapter 4 on image composition is highly recommended for beginners and experienced photographers alike.
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