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Alpenglow on Mt Whitney Range from Alabama Hills
I was disappointed at the sharpness I obtained: in the foreground, depth of field is not quite enough and in the distance, something has disturbed the sharpness—perhaps a faint breeze but also atmospheric distortion, which moves details around as much as 2-3 pixels (this can be seen by shooting more than one identical frame). Accordingly, I used more aggressive sharpening to compensate.
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