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Moon View ...

By Traceyflowerpots    
I know this isnt the best image taken of the moon but I was so excited that it was my first image through my telescope.

I am struggling a little with the settings on my camera compared to taken a photograph without it but I have to say it was so exciting taken it.

Eric and the boys think it is amazing, it was wonderful looking through the telescope it looked so clear and breathtaking, it was absolutely STONKINGLY amazing when the clouds floated over the moon.

I can not wait until I learn to get a better and crisper image.

I must say my camera is my favourite toy but this is a very close second ... Christmas has come early this year.

If anyone has any knowledge on this subject please, please could you help me even helping with some tips.

Tracey x

Have a lovely weekend, enjoy ...

Tags: Moon Telescope Landscape and travel Traceyflowerpots Night and low light

Voters: Granddad, Lou_Pink, cantona43 and 9 more

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Lou_Pink 9 4 6 Northern Ireland
12 Nov 2010 10:13PM
Dont have a clue, but I agree that this in STONKINGLY good Grin its not the sharpest image ever but its one of the hardest things to get right!


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cantona43 Plus
12 925 4 England
12 Nov 2010 10:15PM
this looks fine to me Tracey with wonderful texture and framing
lonely_oryx 10 61 55 England
12 Nov 2010 10:21PM
Can't help you but a good first attempt
DeSilver Plus
10 14 12 England
13 Nov 2010 9:39AM
I'm sure with your enthusiasm you will soon have the image you want. Sorry I can't help but I'm sure that are many on site who will.

NeilWigan Plus
7 17 16 England
13 Nov 2010 9:50AM
i have been told to treat it like a daytime shot,because your shooting sunlight directly reflected,use mirror lock up,and timed or remote shutter release, you will have to experiment with exposures,because of the scope,hope this helps its what i have been told and it makes sense.
Hebe 10 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2010 10:28AM
What a truly amazing and fascinating image.

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