Full Moon Shots

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  1. CMan

    CMan TPF Noob!

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    As you know, we have a full moon, so I took some pics around 7 PM last night and 7 AM this morning.:greenpbl: I took about 50-60 pictures, but I've only uploaded a few. 2 and 3 are too centered, in my opinion, but a quick crop could fix that easily.

    300mm focal length, f/11, 1/15, ISO 100.

    1. (Last night)
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    2. (Last night)
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    3. (This morning)

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    4. (Last Night) For sort of an artsy effect, I did, well, you see what I did.

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    5. (This morning) Just a couple minutes before moonset.

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oooooo, I really really like that moonset photo here!
    I really do.
    Now that is QUITE something else.
    I tried to get a big, pinkish moon like this at moon-RISE one evening, but I had to take that on film, no immediate feedback, taken almost while walking, and the result - :er: - is accordingly. But well. I tried.
     
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    the first one is a bit under exposed, as is the last one the moonset....though, i still like the moonset one...nice colour! good shots...crop them a bit tighter to the moon and off set and you have some good shots@
     
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    i really like the first one (so there's no accounting for taste)
    and no.4 as well.
    the slight obscurrity gives them a bit of character that is lacking otherwise: I guess that after a while pictures of the moon all start to look the same...
     

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