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Not been on here for months! So here's the first photo in a while. I need to sort out the fuzziness to be honest

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banehawi Plus
13 1.6k 3667 Canada
30 Jun 2012 4:35PM
We need to see your EXIF data, or shots setting Kati-May first so we can comment in a useful way. The shot is fuzzy and lacks focus, but with out that information we can say why.

if you still have the information, lets know, and I or someone else will use it to comment.



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arhab 5 43 2 Indonesia
30 Jun 2012 7:49PM
i think the yellow is not natural and as willie said lack of focus. i had seen the moon images at past and is showing some details and in this image i can not see.
paulbroad 9 123 1155 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2012 8:33PM
You give no details so a definitive analysis is not possible. This is a huge enlargement and it is either out of focus or there is movement or both. You need a very long lens - I use a 500mm - a very sturdy tripod and, for a full bright moon, about 1/30 @ f8 - but experiment. Keep the shutter speed to 1/30 or faster - the moon moves.

K4TIE 6 United Kingdom
1 Jul 2012 2:00PM
The moon was naturally this colour, don't ask why I have no idea haha but that's why I shot it because it was a unusual colour. I'll try and get the other details for you
Davesumner 10 28 300 Australia
3 Jul 2012 2:32AM

I always have a problem shooting the moon at night so i opt for dawn or dusk, seems to work better for me.


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