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  1. #1
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    A Photo of the Moon

    Here's a shot of the moon that I took some time back with my Lumix FZ-20. Feedback is welcome.


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    Very good Gary. I struggle @ night getting the exposure correct. What settings did you accomplish it with?

    Here's one I got this afternoon cropped 150% from orgionial:

    Last edited by Bluedog; 04-17-2005 at 12:25 AM.
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    i love both of those pics. i like the one taken during the day, one of my favorite things is to see the moom in a blue sky-loved it since i was a kid. here's a shot i took a couple of weeks ago on my EX P-600. it was taken at 4X optical zoom handheld(didn't have a tripod at the time), f/4.3, 1/80th sec, appeture priority and using the cameras spot metering. hope you like and feel free to C&C.


    Allan.
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    Gary, Bluedog and Allan-

    Thanks for the Moon photos. They look great.

    Sarah Joyce

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    woow all the moon photo are great, i wish i have along tele, so i can take the the moon too,but....

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    this my moon. Hazy afternoon, working on getting better shots.
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    Nice shot, Bald Eagle! Camera details / settings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bald Eagle
    this my moon. Hazy afternoon, working on getting better shots.
    That's great - it's really hard to get one like that was it a very long zoom or lots of crop
    Geoff Chandler. UK/England/Surrey
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    Actually it was a combination of both. I am using a Canon EOS D60 with a 100-300 telephoto lens with 2x converter on tripod with remote shutter release, settings are ISO at 100, 5.6 at f8 On Av on manual focus. The 2x converter is a new addition, great to have. There was some cropping as well and minor sharpening. thanks for the kind words, will be practicing a lot more.

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    waitaminute ... 300mm lens * 2x teleconverter * 1.6 digital crop factor = 960mm equivalent FOV?!? sweet!

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