I just stumbled across this video a few minutes ago, and found it very interesting. It very simply shows a memorable method for focussing so that everything beyond a few feet will be in focus. I'd never seen this technique before, but it is very simple. Now, I haven't had a chance to try it in daylight, and it's nearly midnight here. So... First the video, then an image I just made to test the technique. I put a chair back within the foreground out-of-focus distance, and it is indeed out of focus. The rest is softly in focus - there's something attractive about its not being hyper focussed. I set aperture to f/8, put the infinity sign on 8 meters on the Depth of Field scale - as in the video - which should make everything from c. 1.7m to infinity in focus. I'll try again when there is more light, and a greater distance to infinity. Anyone else used or use this technique?