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Old Oct 18, 2010, 1:01 AM   #1
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Default FZ-35 Obligatory Moon shot.

Took this last night. Not sure about the focus/sharpness. Any comments or suggestions?
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Old Oct 18, 2010, 11:32 AM   #2
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A little color cast BUT I think it's cool. Do you mind sharing your settings for this shot and was it hand held?
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Old Oct 18, 2010, 12:11 PM   #3
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I don't have the photo here at work, but I'll look up the EXIF settings later today. I can say that it was shot using a tripod, with manual focus and 1-stop exposure bracketing.
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A little color cast BUT I think it's cool. Do you mind sharing your settings for this shot and was it hand held?
I haven't posted here in a long time but was passing through and saw your question wagaboo. If you'll google Kuso EXIF extractor and go to their download site, it's Free and you can right click on most photos posted here and it will show all the exif settings for that photo. The only time it won't is if they have used a third party program to edit the image and sometimes that will strip the exif data. All you need do is download KUSO and install it. Right click on a photo from then on and the box that pops up will include the Kuso EXIF EXTRACTOR and right click on that. I taught myself about photography by using this.
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That reminds me, I forgot about the Foxfire EXIF viewer. Using that program, the relevant data are:

# Exposure Time 1/160 second
# F Stop f=4.4
# Exposure Program = normal program (2)
# ISO Rating = 250
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If you'll google Kuso EXIF extractor and go to their download site, it's Free and you can right click on most photos posted here and it will show all the exif settings for that photo. .
Thanks for the link. Great little program

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YES, thank you
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Got my tripod out and had a quick go (forgot to take the anti-shake off DOH)



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