Silver lake (California)

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short243 Veteran Member • Posts: 4,162

landscaper1 wrote:

Either the lens was not properly focused at the time of the shot (most likely with f/11), or the image was not properly sharpened in post processing.

That said, sometimes less than crisp images convey a mood to a scene that isn't enhanced by razor sharpness. I've tried to imagine this scene properly sharpened and I'm not sure it would've been better if it had been. Technically, yes, of course; but artistically? Not so sure.

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Hi, I have been looking at this image and I agree with Landscaper1. I really can't see how this image being tack sharp would have improved the feel or mood of it. There are times a little fuzz helps the mind relax.

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