In the first part of my two-part look at understanding bokeh, I discussed some of the basic science and art behind out-of-focus photographic blur. But to fully understand bokeh, it's also important to look at its relative opposite — sharpness.

As you might expect, there will be differing views on exactly what constitutes sharpness in a digital image. A portion within a photo that is sharp enough for you may strike me as a bit soft, or vice-versa. So, how do viewers of images decide exactly where something comes into (or goes out…

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