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Mar 13, 2011 20:30 |  #316

ok first post and first attempt to photo the moon. taken with t2i 1/125 @250mm

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Mar 14, 2011 03:36 |  #317

Here's my shoot at the moon. When there was sundarkness a couple of months ago. You can't really capture any detials in the moon as the sun, well, lit up the moon pretty much :D

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Mar 14, 2011 14:59 |  #318

M.Quick wrote in post #12015616 (external link)
Here's my shoot at the moon. When there was sundarkness a couple of months ago. You can't really capture any detials in the moon as the sun, well, lit up the moon pretty much :D
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Wow, that's ethereal for sure!




  
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Mar 14, 2011 23:44 as a reply to  @ Todd Lambert's post |  #319
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Mar 15, 2011 04:11 |  #320

Todd Lambert wrote in post #12018716 (external link)
Wow, that's ethereal for sure!

Thanks man :)
I guess that's a good thing!


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Mar 15, 2011 23:37 |  #321

Wow. There are some amazing shots in this thread.
Here is a snapshot of last nights moon. 5DmkII with 100-400L handheld. ISO 200 s/s 1/200 f5.6.
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Mar 16, 2011 05:41 as a reply to  @ Ageless1's post |  #322

Hello Guys.My name is daniel i`m new on this forum but i must Say WOW this pictures are sick.I have a canon 400D whit 2 lens 18-55 and 55-200.If anyone can explain me or give me some tutorials to do some pictures like this i`l be verry grateful.After i see this pictures yestarday after i get home from work i try to take some shots of the moon but i get .. This

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Mar 16, 2011 15:29 |  #323

Daniel, Welcome to the forum.
There's nothing wrong with that. It's in focus, well exposed and doesn't show signs of camera movement. Well done.
Best way to learn is to have a look through the posts and try an duplicate what others have done with similar equipment.

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Mar 17, 2011 02:13 |  #324

zeussbdc wrote in post #12029876 (external link)
Hello Guys.My name is daniel i`m new on this forum but i must Say WOW this pictures are sick.I have a canon 400D whit 2 lens 18-55 and 55-200.If anyone can explain me or give me some tutorials to do some pictures like this i`l be verry grateful.After i see this pictures yestarday after i get home from work i try to take some shots of the moon but i get .. This

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I can't see anything wrong with the picture either. Do you imply that your moon is too small ? If yes, then people shooting the moon usually crop their pictures (simply cutting away the black sky around the moon on the computer hehe).


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Mar 17, 2011 11:52 |  #325

Does this count? lol. Single exposure. 20s @ ISO1600. Canon 40D 17mm f/2.8

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Mar 17, 2011 12:58 |  #326

^^^
I like that! Did you use a flash to light up the trees?


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Mar 17, 2011 13:04 |  #327

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I like that! Did you use a flash to light up the trees?

haha, no. Is was quite a happy accident actually. I was helping out with an indie film crew and they left on one of the set lights pointed at the house. The diffused light reflecting onto the tree was just low enough that it didn't blow out during the capture.




  
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Mar 18, 2011 05:50 |  #328

SteveInNZ wrote in post #12032847 (external link)
Daniel, Welcome to the forum.
There's nothing wrong with that. It's in focus, well exposed and doesn't show signs of camera movement. Well done.
Best way to learn is to have a look through the posts and try an duplicate what others have done with similar equipment.

Steve.

thx alot frend what u say mean alot to me


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Mar 19, 2011 20:31 |  #329

Wow there is some cool shots in this thread! Inspiring!


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Mar 20, 2011 04:23 |  #330

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