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Feb 28, 2021 15:39 |  #6946

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That's a cracker for a single shot. Nicely done.




  
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Feb 28, 2021 15:43 |  #6947

johnfosteruk wrote in post #19202042 (external link)
That's a cracker for a single shot. Nicely done.


Thank you John. I am test driving this lens thanks to the Canon free 48 hour test drive offer. I must say I am mighty tempted to get one.




  
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Feb 28, 2021 17:17 |  #6948

Single frame for me this evening with the big Tamron.
This is one of my favourite phases, as it's roughly the same as my first ever telescopic views of the moon, and when I started to learn the names of some of the surface features. Approx 1.5 days since full moon, waning gibbous. Mare Crisium showing off it's ridges, which are visible with modest magnification, Palus Somni (The sea of sleep) next to it, and the great craters Langrenus & Petavius with their central peaks standing proud.


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Feb 28, 2021 17:34 |  #6949

johnfosteruk wrote in post #19202102 (external link)
Single frame for me this evening with the big Tamron.
This is one of my favourite phases, as it's roughly the same as my first ever telescopic views of the moon, and when I started to learn the names of some of the surface features. Approx 1.5 days since full moon, waning gibbous. Mare Crisium showing off it's ridges, which are visible with modest magnification, Palus Somni (The sea of sleep) next to it, and the great craters Langrenus & Petavius with their central peaks standing proud.
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That’s a cracker too John. I agree that this is a great phase of the moon. I confess I don’t know the names of any of the features but feel inspired to learn.




  
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Mar 01, 2021 12:15 |  #6950

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Mar 04, 2021 18:18 |  #6951

Boom!

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Mar 06, 2021 06:27 |  #6952

Took this photo of the moon this morning from my garden. Not quite sure the sky was actually this colour but I am colour blind so I will use that as my excuse :)


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Mar 06, 2021 14:42 |  #6953

PSteven wrote in post #19204733 (external link)
Took this photo of the moon this morning from my garden. Not quite sure the sky was actually this colour but I am colour blind so I will use that as my excuse :)

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Nice shot. That's always roughly the colour I end up with on a morning Moon shoot, so you're doing ok :)
Nice contrast for a daytime image as well.




  
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Mar 06, 2021 16:19 |  #6954

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Nice shot. That's always roughly the colour I end up with on a morning Moon shoot, so you're doing ok :)
Nice contrast for a daytime image as well.

Thanks John - that is reassuring to hear.




  
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Mar 07, 2021 21:58 |  #6955

Holy smokes Batman!


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Mar 10, 2021 19:58 |  #6956

Taken with an OLD (1982) Celestron C90 1000mm f/11 Catadioptric Lens and a cheap 2x multiplier. Jupiter and 4 moons (bottom right) are to scale and shot with the same lens.


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... and a moonrise with the same setup.


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Mar 10, 2021 20:46 |  #6957

Beau Hudspeth wrote in post #19207000 (external link)
Taken with an OLD (1982) Celestron C90 1000mm f/11 Catadioptric Lens and a cheap 2x multiplier. Jupiter and 4 moons (bottom right) are to scale and shot with the same lens.
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... and a moonrise with the same setup.
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The top shot of the moon with Jupiter inserted with IT's moon's is FANTASTIC! WOW!!


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Mar 10, 2021 21:43 |  #6958

Inspeqtor wrote in post #19207016 (external link)
The top shot of the moon with Jupiter inserted with IT's moon's is FANTASTIC! WOW!!

Thanks so VERY MUCH!


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Mar 11, 2021 20:45 |  #6959

My latest moon shot at 420mm and cropped somewhat.

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Mar 12, 2021 11:05 |  #6960

Pagman wrote in post #19207434 (external link)
My latest moon shot at 420mm and cropped somewhat.

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Really good details in this one. At least for me, these daytime shots are hard to get right, but I like this one. Well done!:)




  
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