.is slightly underexposed, muting the color and contrast. Without knowing the actual color of the background, it's hard to judge color balance and exposure, and I suggest that you bracket exposures for a better selection.
light gray background. I knew to bracket but forgot and now I see how photoshop doesn't completely compensate.
There is a minor color balance error from R to L side due to different light sources, the blue in the shadows on the L side and the apparent tungsten source on the R side.
R side was the light, on the L side I held up a piece of poster board to block a window.
Manual focus would render more useable depth of field since the AUTO usually spots on the front of the turning rather than a point 1/3rd behind the front point.
This one I got after viewing the photo.
F 25 huh!
To quote SGT. Shultz... I know nothing. I just copied what the properties on the original said when I clicked on the photo.
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