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  1. #11
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    Re: Full Eclipse of the Moon Tonight!!

    Here's my contribution:



    ISO: 1600
    f/5.6
    400mm (DX) 600mm eq.
    3 sec. exposure


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  2. #12
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    Re: Full Eclipse of the Moon Tonight!!

    here's what I got with a quick light adjustment:

    2.5sec @ f/5.6
    200mm
    ISO 200
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  3. #13
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    Re: Full Eclipse of the Moon Tonight!!

    I'm gonna wait for the next one. Its too cloudy here right now.

    I'll post what I get then.

    Pete

  4. #14
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    Re: Full Eclipse of the Moon Tonight!!

    I spent the early evening getting everything ready to take pictures of the moon. Alas, I spent the rest of the evening looking for the Quick Release Head for my tripod. My wife and I tore the office apart. The tripod was packed away, so the head should have been with it. Needless to say... No moon pictures.

  5. #15
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    Re: Full Eclipse of the Moon Tonight!!

    None from me, either. The weather held out, but it was far too cloudy to see anything.
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  6. #16
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    Re: Full Eclipse of the Moon Tonight!!

    EOI, Jdeg, really good shots. Unfortunately for me the mission was a flop. Just before the eclipse was to start the cloud cover moved in. It was so heavy that you could not even see the moon much less do any photo work. Darn, I really had high hopes of getting some nice moon shots. Well I guess I'll wait around with Pete for the next one.
    Happy shooting,
    Joseph

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  7. #17
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    Re: Full Eclipse of the Moon Tonight!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Bautsch View Post
    Well I guess I'll wait around with Pete for the next one.

    Joseph, you bring the beer and I'll get the pizza.

    In 400 years or so, we ought to be just about ready.

    Pete

  8. #18
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    Re: Full Eclipse of the Moon Tonight!!

    This was kind of a cool thread! We're all in different parts of the world and were all looking at the same moon for the same reason on the same night. . . nice connection!
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  9. #19
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    Re: Full Eclipse of the Moon Tonight!!

    Quote Originally Posted by ohkphoto View Post
    This was kind of a cool thread! We're all in different parts of the world and were all looking at the same moon for the same reason on the same night. . . nice connection!

    That plus the fact that we only have 1 moon to choose from. That makes it SOOOO much easier!

    Pete

  10. #20
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    Re: Full Eclipse of the Moon Tonight!!

    Beer and pizza thats cool. I'll make it a keg. Only 454 years to go.
    Happy shooting,
    Joseph

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    Jonathan Swift: "You can't make a Silk Purse out of a Sow's Ear." (Especially if you think you can fix it in post processing.)





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