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When taking photographs during the day with full sun exposure anywhere in the world, set your exposure to F/16 at 1/film speed. If using 50 an exposure index of 50 ISO, and want less depth of field or the sweet spot of the lens, simply open up two stops and close down two stops on your shutter speed. That would equal F/ 8 at 1/250. If it’s cloudy use your intuition and open up two to three stops to compensate for less daylight.

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