Moon

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    Moon, hand held, ten times zoom on my fuji s5100.

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    It's so dark I can barely see anything. is it just me?
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    maybe u should have played more with shutter speed
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    Thats pretty good for a hand held shot. Its easy to overexpose the moon, a little level adjustment in PS would help it a lot.
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    for your efforts i think your results are great.
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    For hand held that's pretty good. Mine would have been a blur.
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    Thanks for the feedback, it was a spur of the moment kind of thing, but the moon looks even better tonight and there are no clouds to wait out tonight, so I will return to the backyard. This time with tripod, camera and baby monitor and a parka( it's still -8 c or 18F). Spring can come any time now!
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    got it a bit better I think but I'm not sure my camera is capable of much more:grumpy:

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    That looks good, The full moon is the worst time to photograph it. All the detail is washed out by the direct sunlight. If you try again when a good portion of its surface is in shadow you will notice a lot more detail (crators, mountains) outlined by the shadows along the terminator. judging by what you have here some of the larger crators should show up well. Great job =)
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    Thanks for the commentsand tips, much appreciated! Can't wait untill I can afford a DSLR but that's going to be a long time off! Well it's a beautiful day so I'm off to the kids Saterday activities with hopes of catching a few good pics on the way!

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