For landscape, you would want to shoot with the smallest f/stop possible (f/8.0 i believe for S50), in order to get the entire landscape in focus. The use of bokeh in this situation would be unnecessary, unless there's some special syle you're intending to shoot?sinlg said:Anyone know how to achieve bokeh with the S50? tips welcome. I'm planning to do a series of photoshoot with the S50 - mostly landscape and architecture. Any suggestions?
just to back up what mr-jason said here are 2 pics from my S1mr_jason said:Basically shooting at maximum zoom with the smallest f/stop value (big aperture), with the subject nearer the lens, will render most bokeh in the background. The nearer your subject/target is to the lens and the smaller your f/stop value, the more bokeh you'll have in the background.