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Watercolor-like edges

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orangeatheart

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Hi, I'm having an issue with watercolor-like edges with some of my shots. It tends to happen more often when shooting in a field or area without much contrast between the subject and background.  Am I just expecting too much when shooting a faraway subject?  Has anyone had this happen before? 

 

D750

Sigma 60-600mm

 

ISO 800

1/2000

f/8

600mm

Autofocus 3d tracking

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Is it a crop as my first thought is the effect the cropping/ enlarging  is having on the out of focus areas



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It is not just the edges, the whole image is over-sharpen. Dial sharpening back and see how this affects the image.







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