Does this photo look sharp to you?

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PPierre Regular Member • Posts: 495
Re: Does this photo look sharp to you?

I've read a lot of article talking about f16. Either they came from photographers who had a huge experience with film but lacked a bit of technical knowledge about digital photography, or from landscape artists who used f16 for long exposure. Most others recommend f5.6-f8, and advise not to go beyond f11 (personally, f8 is the max I want). If you read some reviews that test sharpness of lenses, you'll really understand why.

If you want everything tack sharp today, shoot at f5.6-f8, and use focus stacking in post. It only adds 5 minutes to the process, but you're sure everything is tack sharp in your photo.

Now, most of the time, since I rarely shoot wider than 24mm, I don't need more than f8, and shoot at around f5.6. Tack sharp results.

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