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Regarding the settings of the camera. A small aperture is good as it allows a lot of the scene in focus. Anything from f/8.0 and smaller would suffice. (NB, smaller aperture but larger f number). And if using a tripod choose the lowest ISO to increase the image quality. If not using a tripod remember to keep the shutterspeed high enough to avoid camera shake. Image stabilization will help a lot in this case. A rough rule to remember is to keep the shutterspeed equal to or greater than the focal length of the lens i.e. 200mm lens will need 1/200 second shutterspeed. Remember this is based on 35mm equivalent focal length. A 200mm on an Canon APS-C sized sensor with 1.6x crop factor would be 320mm equivalent and thus at least 1/320 second shutterspeed would be required.
This photo was taken in December 2014 with a Canon 5D MkIII, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 IS USM
Camera Settings: f/8.0, 1/400 seconds and ISO 100
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Uploaded: Oct 28, 2016
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