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How To Avoid Aperture Diffraction

When it comes to aperture settings in wedding photography, low is almost always the way they go, as we’re often in low light or simply prefer the shallow depth of field.  However, because we sometimes want to achieve specific effects, i.e. clarity in the whole scene when shooting venue shots, motion blur for artistic purposes, etc, we sometimes need to turn up the aperture. But how high should we go and should there be a limit?