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Old 6th of May 2012 (Sun)   #91
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Those are a couple neat PhotoShopped pictures . Do you have the originals without the add ins ?
Hmmm...are you serious? Should I take that as a compliment?

Here's the shot out of the camera...just reduced size to post.

I have to say I take exception to your arrogance to just assume the photo was manipulated. Had you asked outright, I would not have thought twice about it.
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Yours is great ! Notice yours is original , look closely at all the others . Some are photoShopped , makes them not original .
Me thinks you don't have as sharp an eye as you would like others to think you do.
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Got up early this morning and got this from Treasure Island.

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probably about a million people were up in the headlands last night...so there's quite a few of these with the bridge/city/moon i'm sure...

5-5-12 by ALGREGOIRE, on Flickr
Fantastic shots guys! Here's my moonrise shot from the Marin Headlands. There we hundreds of people on the ridge that I was on alone, I can't imagine how many people total were there. Possibly upwards of 1,000 people!


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Was shooting a local rodeo...so tried for something different here.
Love that first shot Tony. It should be the opening scene to a classic western. One that ends with John Wayne riding off into the sunset.
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Do you have the original without the add-in ? The moon should have been glowing orange or yellow at this height from the Horizon . Did you take the moon image after it was high in the sky ? This is plainly PhotoShopped in ....
This was nowhere near the horizon. From my location (San Jose, CA) the moonrise was at 8:00 pm from the horizon. This was shot at 8:34 pm. By this point the sun had already set and I was at a location between mountains so it was quite dark at this point. Like I mentioned this is two seperate exposures. The moon was ETTR and brought down about 1 1/3 of a stop in post. WB temp was 3100 bringing the moon to more of its natural color. The original moon was blown out hence why I composit the exposures. Maybe I shouldnt have brought down the exposure that much and increase the WB temp to add some color in the moon?
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Took with my 70-300mm, hoping to get a timelapse of the moonrise tonight.

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Super image there ! Thanks for sharing ! You Flickr image looks good in the larger size !
Thankyou very much Ron.. Glad you appreciate it! Was a beautiful night!
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Fantastic shots guys! Here's my moonrise shot from the Marin Headlands. There we hundreds of people on the ridge that I was on alone, I can't imagine how many people total were there. Possibly upwards of 1,000 people!
nice shot. yeah there were tons of people there...i decided at 7:35 that maybe it'd be cool to go up there, and see what's up...i totally wasn't expecting so many people...since i arrived so close to 8:00 there was nowhere to park...drove all the way to the top of hawk hill...and was thinking screw it, and started driving back...then i figured i'd just park my car in the street, and pop out for 5min to take some shots ...i was at the point past the gates up top that are supposed to close at sunset...the rangers were driving around telling everyone they had to leave...hardly anyone moved
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These are great. I went out every hour to see if the clouds cleared, they never did. So disappointed. But glad you all got some nice shots.
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Exposure: 1/400s @ f/8.0
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Dre, Jam, Nate love those shots. I could only imagine how crowded marin headlands was. Wonder if there were a lot of people on TI? What time was the moonrise in SF? 8:00 pm?
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nice shot. yeah there were tons of people there...i decided at 7:35 that maybe it'd be cool to go up there, and see what's up...i totally wasn't expecting so many people...since i arrived so close to 8:00 there was nowhere to park...drove all the way to the top of hawk hill...and was thinking screw it, and started driving back...then i figured i'd just park my car in the street, and pop out for 5min to take some shots ...i was at the point past the gates up top that are supposed to close at sunset...the rangers were driving around telling everyone they had to leave...hardly anyone moved
Thanks I was definitely not expecting such a huge crowd either. My dad and I got up there at around 6:50 and we were lucky to get a parking spot near the roundabout just before Hawk Hill. My brother and mom were at the Westfield mall on Powell street and they got to hawk hill at around 8:20. It was funny how like three park rangers tried to get ride of everyone. I also like how that one ranger lady went up and down the hill with her megaphone saying "the park is now closed" right after the moon came up :rolloeyes: What a troll she was.
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I know it's nothing special, compared to some of the amazing photos here, but it was my first successful attempt at shooting the moon. I totally forgot about what time it was rising here in Italy so I was out running when I saw just how huge it was on the horizon. My running trails (orange orchards) would've been a great place to get that shot. Oh well, maybe next time!


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