I took this 2 images, and notice both got some kind of soft image issue, initially i thought it is due to hand shake, but a second look i think there could be some other issue, what do you think? i got some clues but would like to see what you guys think..
lookin at the pic, its not really unsharp. the edges of the pillars are sharp and there is details in the staircase.
i suspect there is lots of stray light around as the floor was wet. and if u tink the vehicles are soft, perhaps they really are. cus w the engine on, they are vibrating, and w a slower shutter, will appear fuzzy.
dun tink "diffraction blurness" will be visible on film, not small ones anyway. or even bigger ones. cus when u blow up excessively, the pic comes apart cus of grainsize/noise.
Hmm... both pictures are sharp at the left and soft at the middle and right. It could be a lens or camera problem. Do you have such issue with other pictures taken by this lens? And pictures by other lenses?
I attach 2 more pictures that taken same time, i think i was using 1/30s handheld, but with some hand support on rail.. since i am using 50mm lense, as general rules 1/60 should be the minimum but i think with some support on rail, 1/30 should be okay?
since it was a evening scene, i guess i may have used bigger aperture size instead of smaller aperture size that i have mentioned.
could it be the soft result when the aperture is at its biggest opening?