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    Lines

    On my way home I came across this moment during sunrise
    Shot in jpg
    Any Advise on how to improve the settings or what PP can be done to make it better.
    Thanks
    Armando
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    Standard Information
    Make: Canon
    Model: Canon EOS REBEL T2i
    ExposureTime: 1/3200"
    Aperture: F5.0
    ExposureProgram: Shutter speed priority AE
    ExposureBiasValue: 0
    MeteringMode: Spot
    Flash: Off, Did not fire
    ISO: 100
    WhiteBalance: Auto
    FocalLength: 41.0 mm

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    Re: Lines

    Hi Armando.

    Very nice shot. It is wonderful just the way it is.

    I wondered why you shot in shutter speed priority instead of aperture priority.

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    Re: Lines

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Curtis View Post
    I wondered why you shot in shutter speed priority instead of aperture priority.
    Yes.
    The only thing might have been to try some different F stops to see what changes, or not, would have been done to the shot.

    It didn't need to be that fast to get a sharp crisp shot.

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    Re: Lines

    Ken/Robin
    My first thougths were that under these conditions aperture would be better.That is ,having the sun rising in front of the camera would require a fast setting. I did take shots at 1/4000,3200,2500,2000,1600,1250,1000 all of them same lens,iso 100
    and the camera kept the f5.0. The one I posted was the one that best showed details and contrast.
    I will go back and take the same scene experimenting aperture priority. Iso 100 and same lens. and see what happens.
    Thank you very much for your comments,

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