One more moon shot before the eclipse

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  1. kundalini

    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Not the best, haven't looked at the rest. Thought I'd show this, you're welcome to take the pi$$.

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    Taken tonight 19 Feb 2008.
     
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    LOVE it!!!
     
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    I love close up moon shots, nice one!
     
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    I'm only posting dude because of what you said.

    Is it safe?

    (name that movie)
     
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    what lense are u using? nice shot
     
  6. kundalini

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    I had sitting on my Bogen tripod a Nikon D300 with a 300mm f/4 attached to a TC17II teleconverter. The EXIF data is aperture f/14, shutter speed 1/160, ISO200, WB at Auto

    REMEMBER THAT TOMORROW NIGHT IS THE LUNAR ECLIPSE. GET YOUR $h1+ TOGETHER.
     
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    i dont think my 18-55mm lens can shoot that lol
     
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    You never know what can happen until you try. It will be a long time before this happens again. Give it a shot.

    Do a search on a poster named astrostu. He has put together a comprehensive guide on how to photographt an eclispe, good stuff.

    Your image may be smaller, but with the right settings and good cropping, you ,ight be surprised what comes out. Give it a shot and have a shot.
     
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    nice kundalini! good luck tomorrow!
     
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    what time will the eclipse happen?
     
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    [​IMG]

    Shot with my 300mm f/4
     
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    Again, I defer to Stu's thread, but I think it is around 10:00pm EST on the eastern seaboard, but don't trust that. Check with NASA as well, they should have it pinpointed.
     

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