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Is Focus relative?

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I was told by a member of another forum that

" it's either in focus or not. Focus is not relative......"

I believe that the first part of that statement statement to be true. But whether or not to use the image I believe focus to be very relative to the end use and presentation / exhibit. For instance, If the image is to be displayed as a small image with little magnification or at an abnormally long distance in comparison to the print size...Is focus still not relative? I believe it becomes very relative.


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