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Full Moon Tamron 400mm + 2x

 
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May 27, 2010 23:33 |  #1

Here is my latest for the moon
As the title says, I used a Tamron 400mm lens, with a 2x, and shot with my 50D
Had a little fun in photoshop and lightroom with it as well

It's not the clearest shot known to man, but its what I can get with what I got, critique as you guys feel fit :cool:


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May 27, 2010 23:40 |  #2

It looks quite good to me. Next, try to capture the moon during the various phases and you will see so much more detail along the terminator.


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May 30, 2010 14:08 |  #3

It is pretty clear and well-imaged IMO - just ease off on the PP a little bit. ;)




  
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May 31, 2010 04:22 |  #4
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I'm sure that you can get better results with that equipment. ;)

Not bad, though.


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