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This aperture series complements the Green Barn series by using a 3D subject with lots of interesting details at varying distance.
This series omits crops in favor of full resolution 24MP images (5976 wide), as well as smaller choices. Some web browsers may perform sluggishly with such large images—Apple Safari recommended (Mac or PC).
Adobe Camera Raw 8.8.0 (397). ACR settings. Camera Profile = Embedded.
Diffraction-mitigating sharpening was used for the f/8, f/11, f/16 exposures as per Mitigating Micro Contrast Losses from Diffraction Blur in Making Sharp Images.
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