I already posted this in the darkroom section, but maybe I'll get a response here quicker. I'm asking this to settle a debate. I took a picture of my GF, and off in the distance there's a building in the background. I used a fairly large aperture and short exposure to make her look a little sharper, with better detail. I wanted her isolated as the subject. OK - the building in the background is out of focus (intentionally). Is there any way in the development or printing process (short of digital editing) to get that background building in focus? I say no, as the film is already exposed. It'd be like trying to sharpen someone behind frosted glass - ain't happening no matter what you do they're still behind frosted glass. I know I could have increased my depth of field with a smaller aperture and slower exposure, but that wasn't the goal. The next frame I actually did that just for fun and it's fine.