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- January 7, 2009 at 4:21 pm #261798allylaurenteMember
Just want to share this moon shot i took last December 9.
Canon 40D, 1/80, Manual,F/11, 400 mm with 2x extender, ISO 200, Tripod.January 7, 2009 at 4:32 pm #279909sleepycatMember
nice one Ally, the oval shape…now seeing the partial moon it makes me feel like seeing the full moon.January 8, 2009 at 4:18 am #279939LuennyMember
Solid moon shot. Really like the details.January 8, 2009 at 1:40 pm #279981stingReySpectator
Still pretty much details even with a 2X TC.
Think it will be better to have a full moon view.
But… still prefer to see some Birds or macros from you.January 9, 2009 at 6:14 am #280064Yeo, Wee HanSpectator
Nice one! Shooting the moon when it is either a crescent or a gibbous (as it is in) will give much more depth to it as there are shadows and one can make out the craters. If a full moon was shot as Rey suggested, the details will be lost…
HanJanuary 10, 2009 at 3:50 pm #280151allylaurenteMember
Sorry for the late reply.
@Darren – Thanks for viewing and comments
@Wei Luen – Thanks. I like the details on this compare to my full moon shot. The sky is also is very cleant when i shoot this one
@Rey – I was fortunate to have a clean skies so even 2x still sharp. I found birding is very hard compare to macro I miss shooting macro and birding with you. Hope we can go out shooting again.
@Han – Yup i agree. I heard this before also that oval shape has more details than full. Thanks for viewing and comments. Glad you like it.
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