Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by bnz506, Mar 3, 2007.
I hope someone in Europe can get some pictures im curious to see what this looks like.
it's really clear where i live and i have a great view of the moon at the moment. Hopefully that'll continue until the eclipse.
But what are the best settings?
I know for moon shots, f11 is usually pretty good - same for an eclipse?
Anyone get it?
I missed it, I was in Manhattan and the buildings pretty much blocked the moon.
I missed it too...too many hills
A few threads in the Landscape & Nature forums
we were having a snow squall when the time came. Bummer.
Couldn't see anything!
Really sorry to hear that.
Did anybody outside Europe get to see it?
i saw the last 30 minutes of it. Just a bit of red. Looked awesome though
yep, we have some posts inlandscape and nature ...I was just lucky that it cleared up suddenly although I gave up early..
I saw the whole thing but didn't have the right lens to capture it!!
Saw it through binoculars though - pretty good!
Missed it. Cloudy and snowing.
I'm kind of grateful actually; I lost my tripods quick release plate the other day, and I would've felt bad if I'd missed out on shooting the eclipse because of that.
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