moon long exposure

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  1. lizheaemma

    lizheaemma TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    This was my first try at the moon.
    I really wished the dog wouldn't have helped me out with the tripod:grumpy: !
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    Thanks for looking!
    Ali
     
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    spooky spooky! i really like the first; great setup!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh, how much nicer they are on a good, high resolution flat screen! (I am not at home right now but in that bookstore with the internet terminals where they have a much better screen than I [still] use at home).
    I like especially the first.
    I'm still trying to get moon shots where you can see the details, which requires a very short exposure.
    These here apparently go for a different aspect, which has been very well captured!
     
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    very cool shot!! Interesting that the moon seems to have taken on the shape of the aperature?? Nice effort!
     
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    Less is more sometimes, I agree spooky, I like it.
     
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    very pretty =)
     
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    Whoa! The trees add nice shapes and lines. Maybe try some during the upcoming nights. Of course all phases of the moon are beautifiul. It will not be as bright.

    Every year I kid my self that I try Lunar gardening... maybe this year.
     
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    Whoa! The trees add nice shapes and lines. Of course all phases of the moon are beautiful. Maybe try some during the upcoming nights. (The last quarter will be Feb 2).

    Every year I kid my self that I will try Lunar gardening... maybe this year.
     

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