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Jun 21, 2008 19:09 |  #1

Playing with my 400D,


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Jun 22, 2008 06:05 |  #2

it is look to soft to me and noise do you shot in B&W ?


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Jun 22, 2008 08:01 as a reply to  @ rebeen's post |  #3

No, i just shot it in monochrome i didnt use a tripod was led on my back in the garden.


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Jun 22, 2008 10:31 |  #4

Not too bad at all. What lens did you use, and what settings? Does look like it was just a little out of focus. I have a 400D and have tried moon-shots with my 75-300mm lens, plus 2x teleconverter, but they never come out quite as good as your shot. Can't beat a telescope really! ;)


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Jun 22, 2008 11:08 as a reply to  @ Adrena1in's post |  #5

Thanks for that. I didnt use a telescope
I used a tamron 70 - 300mm lens.
it was taken at about 8pm on a clear blue evening. my shutter speed was 1/200 f6.3 iso 400 focal length was 300mm white balance was set to cloudy and was taken in monochrome


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