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Aspen Near Small Waterfall
I debated where to focus for this shot. In the end I decided to focus on the leading aspen, part way in, and let everything else fall where it might at f/11. The total effect worked out well.
When the Fujifilm GF 250/4 is focused well and factors like wind do not disrupt it, the sharpness it can deliver is stunningly good. Here, sharpness is outstanding on the aspen (which might not have been entirely still), and very good on the waterfall area which is just a bit shy of full sharpness, but that is from depth of field.
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