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Wanted to try one new technique; deconvolution sharpening. I tried it to normal images, but it didn't do anything positive to normal images. So I tried it with image, which is destroyed by diffraction. Results were rather good, sure at pixel level it looks little weird, but as print or screen (I view images in 2560x1600 screen) it looks ok. Tried this with few lenses, but it worked best with Makro-Planar T* 2/100. Wanted to share this, so my test don't go wasted since I don't feel any need for shooting "all sharp back to front"-images (boooooooooooooooriiiiiiiiiiing).
Carl Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 2/100 @ f/22, 1/6s, 5DmkII, Topaz InFocus deconvolution sharpening + USM 20%, 35px (=local contrast enhancement)
For reference same image shoot with f/5.6 and normal processing