Bad Moon Rising

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  1. woodsac

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    For three days now we've had some brilliant sunsets. Well it just so happens that the moon is up before the sun is down. So it's given me the opportunity to catch the moon in sunset colors. Tomorrow is a full moon so I'm gonna take off work early and try and find a good place to set up for the moon rise.

    This was from yesterday about 10 minutes after the sun was behind the mountains.
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    Wow! That's very well exposed!:thumbup: :D

    Could just do with the moon being away from the top center though. I look forward to your full moon shots!:thumbup:
     
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    Sweet woodsac ! :thumbup:
     
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    neat woodman! :sun:
     
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    Wow. All my humble attempts to get nice moon pics are herewith dwindling away into nothingness............................... :cry: :cry: :cry:
     
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    Whoa! Awesome pic of the moon, and the sunset. Any tips for shooting the moon :mrgreen:?
     
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    Beautiful exposure. Love the colours here.
    Nice one. :D
     
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    Great colours and spot on exposure. Hope the clouds stay away.....
     
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    the contrast between colours is fantastic perfect exposure
     
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    Thanks!!!

    I'm not the one to ask for advice :confused: But I've had lots of moon shots turn out good this time of day. I'm using center weighted metering on the brightest part of the moon I can find, then recomposing the frame. When I try and meter on anything else darker the moon looses all of the detail.
     

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