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|Most photographers learn at an early stage that smaller apertures mean sharper pictures (or greater depth of field, to be more precise).|
However, at a certain point, diffraction starts eating away sharpness. The left half of the picture was taken at f:64, while the right half was taken at f:16.
As can be seen, the depth of field does increase at f:64, but in direct comparison the other one looks sharper.
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