Canon EOS Rebel T6S Gallery

I've been reviewing this camera and of course taking lots of pictures with it.  Here are some of those.






Martin Houses

Canon T6S with EF 24-105mm IS STM @ 24mm
Auto ISO 200
f/7.0 @ 1/1000th
Aperture Priority mode
No adjustments

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Sunset, 22 July

Canon T6S with EF 24-105mm IS STM @ 44mm
Auto ISO 250
f/9.1 @ 1/80th
Aperture Priority mode
No adjustments

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Utility Pole

Canon T6S with EF 24-105mm IS STM @ 56mm
Auto ISO 200
f/6.4 @ 1/320th
Aperture Priority mode
No adjustments

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This high-contrast scene has a lot of difference between the darkest and lightest portions of the picture.  The T6S did well, as digital cameras go. 




Lightning

Canon T6S with EF 24-105mm IS STM @ 53mm (cropped)
ISO 400
f/11 @ Bulb
Manual mode
Some post-processing of color & contrast

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Lightning is all the more challenging to photograph in JPG mode.  The camera's idea of how the JPG should look might not be ideal for lightning, so you have to do some adjustments later.   See How to Photograph Lightning.

The T6S at 24 megapixels is great for lightning photos.  That extra resolution makes it easy to crop away the empty space and still have a lot of detail.  (Normally that's not a substitute for getting the focal length right, but with lightning you can't always predict how much zoom you'll need.)






Wineberries

Canon T6S with EF 24-105mm IS STM @ 105mm
Auto ISO 200
f/5.7 @ 1/80th
Aperture Priority mode
No adjustments

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Rubus phoenicolasius berries are technically not berries.  That probably doesn't matter unless you're a botanist, though.  They look like berries to me. 

This again was a photo without any color post-processing.  The camera usually gets color A-OK without your having to do anything.  As you'd expect with a Canon DSLR, there are several Picture Styles settings to diversify the choices.  I'm finding that I prefer Standard with the saturation up a notch or two;  or sometimes Landscape with the saturation almost to the max.

I'm looking forward to trying this camera for autumn foliage.  This is a good time to get in practice for the upcoming season.  Gear up and get psyched!


         




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