Blur/Double vision

Hi all I’m new to this so please forgive me for any incorrect phrases or poor explanations. So here goes…

For years now I’ve never been able to take consistent photos that I’m fully happy with. A little bit of background about myself, I photograph “TRAINS” and that means moving and static subjects. My main issue is they never look clear/sharp – the main problem is Motion Blur/Double vision.

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I’ve uploaded part of an image that I took no more than 3 days ago. If you zoom in you will see the tree to the right is very blurry, almost like double vision. I can assure you the train itself was in focus a little better but other bits of the photo were the same…

I would also like to say I understand Depth of Field/Shutter Speed/F-stop/ISO/Continuous-Focus and so forth and yes this was taken using a tripod using a Nikon D750 and a SIGMA 24-105 F/4…

I’M NOW AT MY WIT’S END AS “everybody else” seems to be able to take descent photos. Please please help.

enter image description here

Blur/Double vision

Hi all I’m new to this so please forgive me for any incorrect phrases or poor explanations. So here goes…

For years now I’ve never been able to take consistent photos that I’m fully happy with. A little bit of background about myself, I photograph “TRAINS” and that means moving and static subjects. My main issue is they never look clear/sharp – the main problem is Motion Blur/Double vision.

enter image description here

I’ve uploaded part of an image that I took no more than 3 days ago. If you zoom in you will see the tree to the right is very blurry, almost like double vision. I can assure you the train itself was in focus a little better but other bits of the photo were the same…

I would also like to say I understand Depth of Field/Shutter Speed/F-stop/ISO/Continuous-Focus and so forth and yes this was taken using a tripod using a Nikon D750 and a SIGMA 24-105 F/4…

I’M NOW AT MY WIT’S END AS “everybody else” seems to be able to take descent photos. Please please help.

enter image description here