Sony 70-300 APO G

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  1. Streets

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    Here are a couple of shots I took today with the G. Max zoom; 300mm. DSC00024.JPG DSC00021-001.JPG


     
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    photo quality is not very good, but I like the contrast and color
     
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    Hmm, how much PP did you apply to the image ?
    How do you find AF speed/accuracy with moving subject ?
     
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    The Finch was sharpened slightly and cropped about 90%. The Quince was slightly sharpened and cropped about 10%. Both were resized to 1600X1200 pixels.
     
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    Here is the original finch photo as it came from the camera. DSC00024.JPG
     
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    I would like the Goldfinch if he was more on the right side if the frame. That would give him more room to "look in to".
     
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    I was mainly trying to show the Q of the lens rather than concentrate on composition. This thread was posted in the "Sony lenses" forum to reveal lens performance, not photographer performance. I could have just as well used a resolution chart and color wheel to display the Q but few would find that very interesting.
     
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    You right. My bad :)
     
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    No problem, spiralout. If composition was a consideration, your advice was correct. The finch would have looked better.
     
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    Feather detail on the Goldfinch seems to wash out. Don't know if it's lens, camera or post processing. However I have noticed similar washing out of detail when cropping way down with my a6000 w/24 1.8.
     

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