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Old Aug 11, 2014, 10:05 PM   #1
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so, instead of just taking a shot of the supermoon (which i did, just for fun) like everyone else, i decided to take some shots just using the light of the supermoon! and at 5400 feet elevation, that light is brighter and clearer than down here in the lowlands... 5D2, 24-105 @ 40mm, 30 sec @ f/8, ISO 1600. got some tracking in the stars, but the moon washed 'em out enough that it's not real noticeable.

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Old Aug 11, 2014, 10:09 PM   #2
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Very nice Rocky

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Old Aug 13, 2014, 2:11 PM   #3
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Very nice picture, the reflection at night is pretty cool.
I took some 'almost' supermoon pictures of Mt Hood while backpacking on Saturday night.
It was so bright camping up there I was surprised to capture any stars at all.
This was at the 6,000 ft elevation on Gnarl Ridge on the east side of Mt Hood.

I used my mirrorless sony Nex5-T camera (My new backpacking camera) with its 16-50mm kit lens @ 16mm, f/8, 30 sec exp, 400 iso.


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