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tonyguitar's Gallery Comments
This is a very difficult thing to do well. Your image is almost 'there'... and my moon is too. I learned it is best to take the moon straight up if you can. That gives you the least atmosphere to get through. One of many things we can do for better detail. If you can look up ' Griz 11 ' here on EPZ, His Super Moon is the most detailed and he gives advice on how to do it. I will follow that advice on the next full moon. TG
This is a fine composition leading our eyes up into the castle. I really like this one. TG
At the risk of being uncouth... well that's just me so please forgive. How would a crop look with the tail in the lower left corner of the frame? The quality seems very good and you would lose most of that white haze. It is a good image Bill, with the catch and all. TG
I have a somewhat similar Canon l lens...70-300, and do get candids just as this husky photog does. I see that you prove size only makes one more obvious. You are having a chuckle at our expense. You and that Pen of yours are a real eye opener for me. So surprisingly good! TG
Your moon is better detailed that mine. I will improve though. Just getting into raw and Fine jpeg. Been running on medium quality, [ canon camera settings] . The man to beat is Griz11 with his August Supermoon...24 -25 pages back in the galleries. Yours is better than most including mine. TG
This is similar to a very long concrete pier at Lachine Quebec where calm water leads into the locks and Lachine canal on the right and dangerous rough water rapids around Montreal Island on the left. Reminds me of childhood times fishing for perch off the end. Careful on those slippery green coverd rocks. TG
I took a few shots of this big moon two days ago. The results were not nearly as detailed as your fine work here. Canon t2i or 550D with a 70-300 f4 L lens. Guess one must get cracking and move to raw. Jpeg simply can not do it justice. Your image could be used for a moon map. TG