You've been Mooned

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  1. MommyOf4Boys

    MommyOf4Boys TPF Noob!

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    ahahaha
    for real...
    I finally got my remote in, so my tripod doesnt shake when i try to take photos. I have pretty shaky hands even with a tripod, soooo..these are my first try with the remote:

    This one reminded me of a cantaloupe LOL

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    Awesome! I'm way impressed!
     
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    The detail here is phenominal! I'm still trying to figure out where the colored noise is coming from... Nice shots!
     
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    Great shots. What lens/settings did you use? I tried to get some moon shots while I was in Iraq, but they never quite turned out right. Not because of the place, but because of the photographer. They have some of the clearest skies I've ever seen in my life, so I know the problem was me.
     
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    I was informed I turned the moon on it's side..i had no idea LOL..but I shot these with my 75-300mm Sigma DL zoom/macro lens (i was also told that 300mm on a digital is actually 500mm??) Joe helped me with my settings to get it at least clear enough to see, although there is a lot of noise ( I am going to try again tonight). I had it set at 1/1600 and the first one was f/32 the second was f/22 or vice versa? LOL 200 ISO.
     
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    Depends on the camera. Yours has a 1.5x crop, so it is 450mm. Canon has a 1.6 crop (Rebel XT and 20D, anyways), so it's 480mm. I believe the Olympus E-300 has a 2.0x crop, so it's a whopping 600mm...

    The smaller, the better. :)
     
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    some great shots m.o.f.b. love the colors you used too..the blue one seems so cool and remote..the desert colored one is very nice too..

    all are good...great shots girl!
     
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    Awesome moon shots.



    Score! I'm gonna have to get me a 300mm lens now.
     
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    Great moon shots :) and i love the title!
     

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