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Dec 23, 2010 10:42 |  #1

Thought that I would post my eclipse composite for feedback. I wish the clouds had given me a chance to see the rest of it, but they came in right after totality began. I'd be interested in any input how to do these moon shots better though!:D


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Dec 23, 2010 10:47 |  #2

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Dec 23, 2010 18:51 |  #3

I like that , Very Good !!




  
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Dec 23, 2010 19:08 |  #4

Wow, very nice, can you post what you did to capture?


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Dec 24, 2010 08:24 |  #5

osuvette wrote in post #11505369 (external link)
Wow, very nice, can you post what you did to capture?

I took these with a T2i and a 80mm 5.6 refractor on a tripod. The full moon exposure was at about 2000/sec at ISO 200, and the full eclipse ended up at ISO 800 with down to about 1/8th second. Shot in RAW format and bracketed to death!

I have to say that I learned a ton doing this, both in taking the images and in PP.




  
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Dec 25, 2010 23:24 |  #6

very nice capture...




  
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