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  1. I went out this evening and took these pictures of a train (and a wall with vines) and edited to let you know this is a parked train, it isn't moving. All pics are taken at 1/125, f8 with an ISO of 200. It is quite distinct that on the right there is possibly a light leak. And the photos lack contrast and look so soft. Not what you want in a train pic. I only did a bit of editing on the 2nd train pic. The camera is a Canon T4i, the lens a Canon 55-200. I bought the lens a week ago used from a camera store. Pics taken with the standard lens come out great, so I am worried I have a dud lens, or is it possible I didn't put it on correctly? Looking for something so I can avoid going back to Toronto to return it.
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