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Old Mar 20, 2011, 11:59 AM   #1
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it was light cloud/mist over uk so couldnt get the detail of the craters in moon , did pp to remove light from around moon what was shining on the thin clould layer and contrast ajust
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fz45 stacked with nikon tc-15ed +nikon tc-17 ed
full resolution ,,,,think

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Old Mar 20, 2011, 3:17 PM   #2
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stesteste, nice to see the results from the stacked teleconverters.

I also shot the super moon yesterday (and Friday) and got the results you talked about (some white lining around the top of the moon, in my case it was slightly blue)

I messed up the manual focused images slightly out of focus, and got the best results from Programed mode at ISO 80 and 0 and -2 ev

I also found my tripod or quick release was slightly spongy, and was easy for the image to move by the diameter of the moon.

What did you do in PP to removed the slight pattern on the moon surface?

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Here are my attempts....

March 18th F5.2 1/200 ISO 80

March 19th F5.6 1/100 ISO 100

Both had a little PP from faststone to increase contrast
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stesteste, nice to see the results from the stacked teleconverters.

I also shot the super moon yesterday (and Friday) and got the results you talked about (some white lining around the top of the moon, in my case it was slightly blue)

I messed up the manual focused images slightly out of focus, and got the best results from Programed mode at ISO 80 and 0 and -2 ev

I also found my tripod or quick release was slightly spongy, and was easy for the image to move by the diameter of the moon.

What did you do in PP to removed the slight pattern on the moon surface?
i only used black colour fill around moon not on it or nowhere near edge of moon then adjusted contrast ,click on photo it will go to flikr account press action then exif info for all stting
nice shots by the way
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Old Mar 20, 2011, 11:11 PM   #5
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Nice one Stephen, well captured. I thought you weren't going to use the stacked lenses!! LOL
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Nice one Stephen, well captured. I thought you weren't going to use the stacked lenses!! LOL
haha i wasnt going to but couldnt resist since the moon was biggest and brightest in 18 years so thought i better just in case its another 18 years
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