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Mr. Kermit (70)
blakitan Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1039 W: 71 N: 1332] (5517)
Test for My New Sony DSLR alpha 100

I recently bought this camera and eager to try it, after my work, I was planning to go somewhere to find something to shoot at, it was night already. At time I was about to open my car's door, there was Mr. Kermit [he is not green, however...] on glass window of the car, posing for me...

I need your honest opinion on the result. Sony 100mm macro-lens was used, flash was fired, no other source of light nearby, autofocused, hand-held, ISO 400, 1/125 seconds, f/5.6. I should add that surface of glass window was dirty [some dry dirts on the surface].

PP works were minimal, first was cropped at 800 pixel width, but size was too large for TN, reduced quality to 85%, but still too large, then cropped again to this final dimension, and frame was added. No sharpening. No USM applied.

I feel the result was good, but the point is...Is it good enough for you? Tell me honestly...
Thanks in advance, I will really appreciate it.

[I will post more of my landscape pictures later, using my previous camera, after I feel familiar with features of this new one, I will let you view more of my shots with it]

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blakitan Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1039 W: 71 N: 1332] (5517)
unsharp mask
Edited by:chrish Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 49 W: 9 N: 95] (372)

Benyamin,

I like the point of view and light, but I think it needed a little USM. Here is a little applied to your photo.