Camera movement or bad focus? In this photo, the auto-focus point is on the grey sleeve of the woman's left arm. Her arm is moving so it's blurred, but the grill of the blue car is sharper than anything else in the photo. The rear portion of the car (behind the brown horse) is pretty clear too. The brown horse looks closer (Not to mention very, very tiny!) because he's sharper than the foreground.
The aperture was 7.1 and the shutter speed was only 1/100 (My bad, Program AE, but getting the shots was more important than getting them right; they're only intended for snapshots.) But if the problem is camera movement, seems like the car and other background stuff would be as blurry as the foreground.
So is it me or the camera? (Tell me it's me, tell me it's me!)
If someone wants to look at the RAW, it's at www.jjlittle.com/test/img_1961.CR2.
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