Depth of field is rarely adequate for landscape photography unless the scene is all at far distance. This page looks at two choices of focus position and how that plays-out for sharpness on the near and far areas. A 2-frame focus stack is included as well.
Advice is given on an automated way to obtain single-shot sharpness better than one is likely to obtain by manually choosing the point of focus.
Why not guarantee the best single-shot frame and defer the stack-or-not-to-stack decision?
Includes a near/far frame and focus stack and advice on how to get that optimal single-shot frame. The approach applies to any camera, not just the GFX100S.