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    A Sliver of a Moon

    I thought the moon looked pretty cool tonight while i was driving home. Once there I got out the camera and headed outside before it disappeared.

    I shot this hand held, spot metered on the moon itself at a focal length of 200mm, 1/180 at f/5.6 with ISO at 1600 to get an exposure of -1.5EV. VR was also used. After, it was then cropped in PS



    Would be much better if it were a full moon, but the bottom sliver caught my attention and it looked really nice in the sky over the city.
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    i was looking at the moon all night tonight and last night as well!

    nice shot!
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