Well, I finally bought a DSLR camera (a canon T2i) which is sort on the cheap side of DSLR's.
I've seen some awesome pics taken with the canon 5D mark ii, and would like to get as close to that clarity as I can.
Being a beginner, I'm looking for advice on how to get the best landscape shots with a deep depth of field. Specifically, I want to take a landscape shot and have everything from the near brush to the far mountains in focus.
I've been playing with the "aperture priority" mode and have had some success, but I'm looking for more advice. I set the aperture to f/16 and had a pretty good pic. My lense looks to have a range of f/4-5.6, though. Does that mean that anything over a 5.6 setting on the camera has no additional benefit?
I'm a beginner and appreciate any advice.