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Old May 27, 2007, 9:58 AM   #1
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Only the yellow moon for illumination...No flash. The first is an enhanced version and the second is the original...only resized for posting here. I used a 55mm Super Takumar lens with a f/1.8 aperture and a 15 second exposure at ISO1600 plus unknown to me at the time a polorizing filter....Note To Self....always check to see what's on the outer lens first...LOL

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Old May 27, 2007, 10:00 AM   #2
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Focusing on these was very very hard...I had to ease in on them a little at a time as the light was so low,

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Hi Dawg,

Nice shots, Even with the polarizer!! I like #4 the best.

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Nice shots, Even with the polarizer!! I like #4 the best.

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Thank you Rudy. I'll get better ones when the moon is full.

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good idea. i may try it IF i ever see the moon again.
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Tried one of those last year when the cherry trees were in bloom. The full moon gave pretty good light, but there was a light breeze so they didn't turn out all that well. This year the full moon and the cherry blossoms didn't come together. You are right about tough to focus. You didn't do bad on yours.



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