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Aug 06, 2017 21:00 |  #4561


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Aug 08, 2017 00:52 |  #4563

It seems ages since I shot the moon. Tonight was a very clear night, plus a full moon helped
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Aug 08, 2017 17:28 |  #4564

My take on yesterday's partial lunar eclipse. This was taken at maximum eclipse, which was about 4:20am. I've tried to recreate the view that I had in binoculars, by manually blending two exposures. Hope you like the result!

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Aug 18, 2017 23:14 |  #4565

This morning's earthshine-enhanced crescent in a star-filled sky, with Venus below. Both taken from Brisbane with my 6D and 70-200 f/4L.

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Aug 19, 2017 18:51 |  #4566

Venus and the crescent Moon (less than 2 days before the total solar eclipse in the US) rising over Brisbane at dawn today.

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Aug 19, 2017 20:56 |  #4567

S.R.M. wrote in post #18431484 (external link)
This morning's earthshine-enhanced crescent in a star-filled sky, with Venus below. Both taken from Brisbane with my 6D and 70-200 f/4L.

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S.R.M. wrote in post #18432065 (external link)
Venus and the crescent Moon (less than 2 days before the total solar eclipse in the US) rising over Brisbane at dawn today.

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S.R.M. wrote in post #18432065 (external link)
Venus and the crescent Moon (less than 2 days before the total solar eclipse in the US) rising over Brisbane at dawn today.

https://flic.kr/p/WDyJ​pz (external link)Venus and Moon over Brisbane (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr

https://flic.kr/p/WDyJ​Lr (external link)Crescent Moon over Brisbane city (external link) by Stephen Mudge (external link), on Flickr


I have never been able to get a photo like you did here in 2 different posts showing the "dark" side of the moon along with the light side of the moon.

How do you do it? What is your exposure time?

Thank you!


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Aug 20, 2017 13:44 as a reply to  @ S.R.M.'s post |  #4568

I always enjoy your shots, Stephen!


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Aug 20, 2017 20:28 |  #4569

Inspeqtor wrote in post #18432121 (external link)
I have never been able to get a photo like you did here in 2 different posts showing the "dark" side of the moon along with the light side of the moon.

How do you do it? What is your exposure time?

Thank you!

Hi Charles,

You should be able to pick up the Earthshine on the "dark" side using an exposure of 1 sec at f/5.6 and 800 iso. The images in the first post were actually obtained by stacking 12 such exposures using DeepSkyStacker (which reduced the signal:noise ration, allowing me to stretch the histogram and enhance the background stars), and those in the second post were HDR images. But the image below is a single 1 sec exposure at f/5.6 and 800 iso.

Cheers,
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Aug 20, 2017 20:29 |  #4570

andicus wrote in post #18432550 (external link)
I always enjoy your shots, Stephen!

Thanks very much!



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Aug 20, 2017 20:44 |  #4571

S.R.M. wrote in post #18432814 (external link)
Hi Charles,

You should be able to pick up the Earthshine on the "dark" side using an exposure of 1 sec at f/5.6 and 800 iso. The images in the first post were actually obtained by stacking 12 such exposures using DeepSkyStacker (which reduced the signal:noise ration, allowing me to stretch the histogram and enhance the background stars), and those in the second post were HDR images. But the image below is a single 1 sec exposure at f/5.6 and 800 iso.

Cheers,
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Thank you! Love your shots....


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Aug 23, 2017 21:47 |  #4572

Was out walking the dogs with my girlfriend when we turned this corner and saw the moon dropping in the sky pretty rapidly. Ran home for the camera but didn't have time to fidget with bracketing exposures. Therefore my attempt to bring out the sky and powerlines ended in a moon that was a touch too far out of reach in lightroom to save.

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Aug 24, 2017 12:43 |  #4573


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Aug 24, 2017 13:12 |  #4574

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^^ That's pretty danged nice! ^^ :-) A big globe just touching the sea. Who said timing isn't everything?


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Aug 25, 2017 13:17 |  #4575

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^^ That's pretty danged nice! ^^ :-) A big globe just touching the sea. Who said timing isn't everything?

Thank you Ballen, I would not mind catching one coming up between two Mtn. peeks in your neck of the woods :-)


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