"What's In Your Closet?"

Discussion in 'Critique' started by Tonytee, Dec 30, 2019.

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  1. Tonytee

    Tonytee Well-Known Member Site Supporter

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    Equipment:
    Canon EOS Rebel T5 with Canon EF-S 18~55mm kit lens and Canon EF-S 55-250 mm 1:4~5.6 IS II
    Telephoto Lens.
    Lens: Canon EF-S 55~250mm STM Lens Camera: Canon EOS 80 D Photo Location: My Study ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/250s Aperture: F16
    Focal Length 250mm, Manual Exposure Mode, Nikon SB-24 Speedlight With Multi-Segment Metering.

    I have been experiencing some accurate focusing issues with this outfit and decided to get them all straightened out.

    Post Photo Editing included downsizing, and sharpening to number three on the slider in FastStonesimageviewer. There is some evidence of sharpening artifacts around the

    number 72, however I wanted to see how far I could get without going overboard. I could knock it down to #2 or even #1 and still have an acceptable amount of sharpness.

    This was shot without the use of a tripod, with both Auto-Focus and Image Stabilization on, of course. I was sitting in a high back office chair while shooting so that helped

    a lot as far as being able to remain still. I am looking primarily for feedback in regards to sharpness.

    Thanks very much for viewing.

    Tonytee IMG_1306.JPG
     

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