Sunday was Carnival Road March Day in Jamaica. Fantastic opportunity for this amateur to practice his street and portrait photography. Made a lot of mistakes, learnt a LOT. Had fun. However this ONE mistake is bothering me. shot with a GX8 P25 f1.7 @f2.5, 1/1300s Unfortunately I set my Aperture too wide and obviously the camera focused on the feathers and the face of the girl on the right, leaving the girl on the left with soft focus. I Love this photograph and don't want to abandon it. What can be done to rescue it in some usable form? I know the softness would be less visible if I decreased the image size or I was thinking of maybe blurring the girl on the right to match and then doing something artistic with the shot. I've included a dropbox link to the RAW and JPG for those that want to try something. RAW Dropbox - _1020834.RW2 JPG Dropbox - CO_16-04-04_1020834.jpg Show me what can be done and how you did it.