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Just a shot of last nights almost full moon.
1/50th @ f/16.
All comments welcomed.
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Nice shot, well presented.
Nice, I like the subtle frame.
Aha...that explains why I found myself howling a lot last night!....Lovely work Adrian.
Nice shot. Paul.
good shot very sharp well exposed.andy b
so simple but lots to look at. Julia
Nicely presented, clean shot, well done!
Still not managed to get a decent one myself yet...
Very nice picture of the moon, well presented. Neil
amazing shot, well captured
A good shot and well presented
Thanks for taking the time to look and the comments.
Nice use of space, good exposure and detail.
Great composition! Good detail!
Nicely composed image, I'm slightly surprised that you stopped down to f16? dof at this distance is almost irrelevant lol
Most lens will resolve the most detail when they are stopped down 1 or 2 stops from wide open. This would of given you a higher shutter speed as well
Thanks again for all your comments.
Kev, youre right of course about the DoF, but shot this at a number of f-stop : shutter speed combinations, decided to put this one up as it has slightly more saturation than the faster speeds, trying to work out how much difference shutter speed makes to saturation or indeed if this was just an anomaly with this shot.
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