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02-03-2017, 04:01 PM   #1
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A yellow fire hydrant.
Lens: Canon 55~250 IS II Lens Camera: Canon t5. Photo Location: Front Yard ISO: 1250 Shutter Speed: 1/320s Aperture: F6.3 



Okay, this is in the Critique Section to get more perspective on the capabilities of this Canon t5 & Lens Combo. I know the mistakes as far as the hedges go, however I was mainly interested in color rendition and resolution. I am wide open to any and all comments. Many thanks for viewing.

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Canon t5 with Canon EF-S 55~250 Lens 1;4~5.6 IS II. Here are the particulars; 1/160s, f/4.5, ISO @640, no flash, F/L @84mm and used pattern metering. Once again, I am aware of the errors, however as I usually do with any new equipment I focus primarily on resolution and color rendition. I believe the colors came out very well and the sharpness was aided with some PPE. Thanks so much for viewing.

Tony

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Yup, still testing this camera and lens combo. I must admit that I am impressed with the color rendition and resolution attained when the optics are brought all the way in.

Canon t5 with Canon EF-S 55~250 f/4~5,6 IS II. 1/320s, F/5.6, ISO @3200, pattern metering with no flash used. F/L 250mm.

Thanks so much for viewing. I have to say that the only PPE on this shot was to downsize in order to upload here.

Tony

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Cool pic of the fire hydrant...
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Just a comment of the fire hydrant. Nice colours and well detailed but I would consider a slight crop to the top and right. I am not convinced the bit of tree or the edge of the footpath hep the photo. Otherwise very well done.
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Cool pic of the fire hydrant...
I thank you.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Bruce Clark Quote
Just a comment of the fire hydrant. Nice colours and well detailed but I would consider a slight crop to the top and right. I am not convinced the bit of tree or the edge of the footpath hep the photo. Otherwise very well done.
Thanks Bruce, your input is greatly appreciated.

Tony

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