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my first full moon

By natstravers  
Since there are probably thousands of photos out there about the moon photography, I値l keep this part as short as possible Smile .

I found out quickly that this was not going to be easily . As I thought, the moon moves some quickly across the sky, and any long exposures were turning out blurry because in the time the shutter was open, the moon has moved.

Maybe it still far from perfect but at least I had tried it, thanks for looking.

Tags: Close-up and macro

Voters: RTDS, GlynnisFrith, ian_w and 14 more

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RTDS 9 Cyprus
17 Oct 2008 2:11PM
Great shot of the moon.
Very nice details.
Not as easy as it seems to take pics of the moon...well done.

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GlynnisFrith 11 23 3 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2008 2:16PM
Nice one
ian_w 13 22 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2008 2:25PM
Nice one, what shutter speed/aperture did you use?
17 Oct 2008 2:34PM
Hi Ian..
I used F16 with iso 125 at 1/25sec

FredF 11 1 France
17 Oct 2008 3:40PM
Great clear shot for a first time, well done.

17 Oct 2008 8:12PM
Great shot and love the presentation. Rod
ian_w 13 22 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2008 9:53PM
Thanks Smile

I normally use F11, 200 iso and 200asa for shutter speed, was just curious for when I next attempt it Smile
Waggie 9 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2008 2:33PM
Great clear shot
sitan1 Plus
9 1.2k United Kingdom
12 Nov 2008 5:20PM
I love moon shots and this up there with the rest of them, this has superb detail and is nice and bright.
25 Nov 2008 8:24AM
Great shot i think you did spot on

ugly Plus
10 9 57 United Kingdom
28 Nov 2008 11:27AM
Nice shot...
Very nice photo shop [PS] work....

bokeh 10 2 Romania
18 Oct 2009 8:12AM
good colour and details.i have some pictures with the moon,too.with 200mm you easy can try jupiter satelites and the Pleiads.

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