Hey guys, sorry if this is the wrong place to post this but I think it's okay. I don't quite have the eye to figure this out for myself (so it probably doesn't even matter really!), but the nerd in me is curious. At what aperture tends to capture the 'best' image? By best I mean disregarding DOF, as obviously that is going to work differently for different images. I have read that going too open can result in your image not being as sharp, but going too small can result in diffraction and, again, a less sharp image. Is there a sort of standard 'best' aperture or does it differ from lens to lens? Is it even worth thinking about or are we better off just choosing aperture based on DOF and available light? Thanks!