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  1. #1241
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    Re: Post your Moon Shots

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    It should take about 14 days to go fully flat.
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  2. #1242
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    Re: Post your Moon Shots

    Post your Moon Shots-plane-moon.jpg
     
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  3. #1243
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    Re: Post your Moon Shots

    Post your Moon Shots
    Post your Moon Shots-moon-10mar22-1.jpg

    Don't believe everything you read... 600mm f/8.
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  4. #1244
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    Re: Post your Moon Shots

    Post your Moon Shots
    handheld, a little hazy at sunset

    Post your Moon Shots-moon2.jpg
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  5. #1245
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    Re: Post your Moon Shots

    The moon at 6am this morning
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  6. #1246
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    Re: Post your Moon Shots

    Post your Moon Shots
    The same moon as @Marilynne shot only on the west coast at 4:30ish am, 300mm.

    Post your Moon Shots-roy_0454.jpg
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    Re: Post your Moon Shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy1961 View Post
    The same moon as @Marilynne shot only on the west coast at 4:30ish am, 300mm.

    Post your Moon Shots-roy_0454.jpg
    Yours look a whole lot better than mine Roy!

  8. #1248
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    Post your Moon Shots
    Thought I'd give it a try with the new lens.

    Post your Moon Shots-_dab1818-enhanced-5.jpg
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  9. #1249
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    Post your Moon Shots
    Ok, ya'll have me hooked on moon shots. Problem is, it's difficult to do something different. I managed to do that to a small degree with the previous post. The thin clouds made for some additional interest in the image. The best of the shots was a little overexposed. Thought I work to correct that with this one. It's not bad. The moon itself is better exposed and looks more natural, but it lacks the interest the clouds provided. I do like the phases that have a terminator, as I find the shadows are a compelling feature for me.

    Wish I had a longer lens for this. I cropped it pretty severely, and ran it through enhance to get this. I may try this lens on a crop sensor camera and see if the additional magnification, with a similar MP rating will help. Perhaps it will, perhaps not.

    Post your Moon Shots-_dab1829-enhanced.jpg


    This is the same scene shot with a little more exposure and processed to retain some of the blue sky. It was shot near sunset, when the sky was still blue. The moon does not have as much detail in it, not sure why. Perhaps because the original was a little overexposed. Perhaps I missed something in post processing. Perhaps the longer shutter speed introduced some vibration. The later is the most likely. I could probably process the first picture to preserve the blue sky and still have more detail.

    Post your Moon Shots-_dab1828-enhanced-2.jpg
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  10. #1250
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    Re: Post your Moon Shots

    Post your Moon Shots
    Quote Originally Posted by Roy1961 View Post
    The same moon as @Marilynne shot only on the west coast at 4:30ish am, 300mm.

    Post your Moon Shots-roy_0454.jpg
    I wonder if you guys using good Z body that performs excellently in low light ever shoot moon by AF with comparable (or even superior) sharp images?





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