Moon with 70-200 C&C

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  1. Jaszek

    Jaszek No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    the EXIF is there. After I cropped and resized it a lot i noticed I missed the focus just a little bit :p
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    BTW the next full moon is on Friday right?
     
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    yea, not bad, other than that small bit of focus, its pretty close though
     
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    A bit blurry. Did you use a tripod?
     
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    no tripod. hand held. I dont think I need a tripod shooting at 1/4000th and ISO 800 lol. I didn't bother to use Manual Focus b/c its freesing here in Brooklyn.
     
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    my calendar says the 9th...so Monday
     
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    yea just checked. ur right. It better not be cold lol
     
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    i've never tried a moon shoot... maybe i will monday...
     
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    You'll have much better results by adjusting your ISO to its lowest setting, turn AF off, mount the gear on a tripod and use a remote shutter release. The blur in your shot is quite noticable.
     
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    you should ;D. It makes people that see you wonder lol. Today while taking this shot I heard someone say "WTF is he doing?" since there were no stars in the sky so what would I be shooting? Well obviously the moon. stupid yuppies are so stupid.
     
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    I'll wait till it gets warmer to set up all my gear ;P. BTW anyone from Toronto here? if you are PM me or IM me on AIM: Jaszek PL
     
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    If you don't have a remote you can always use your timer. Even with a tripod pressing the shutter release can cause shake.
     
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    I do have a remote.. But when I went out today I just grabbed my camera with the 70-200 and flash. Didn't feel like taking my tripod
     

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