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    Default My 1st Moon Shot

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    Moon missing leh...

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    MOON WHERE ARE YOU!?!
    I Love You :)

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    Hi mysterio506,

    Your photo is not visable.

    Would like to see it.

    Re-check how you posted it

    Cheers
    Time, is an effortless construction :)

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    The picture is suffering from quite a lot of hand shakes... Try using your tripod, or you could use the mirror lock up...

    Also the moon is a lil small... Try using the longest lens u can find... then you can get something like this:



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    Nick
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    Hi mysterio506,

    Now I see your photo .....

    Not bad !

    I agree that there may be some shake there, But a good 1st attempt !!!

    Keep it up

    Cheers
    Time, is an effortless construction :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pablo
    Hi mysterio506,

    Now I see your photo .....

    Not bad !

    I agree that there may be some shake there, But a good 1st attempt !!!

    Keep it up

    Cheers
    i took using 70-300mm sigma lens & the is camera hand-held

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    to take a shot similar to yours requires expensive camera & lens, i'm still newbie. haha
    Quote Originally Posted by nickmak
    The picture is suffering from quite a lot of hand shakes... Try using your tripod, or you could use the mirror lock up...

    Also the moon is a lil small... Try using the longest lens u can find... then you can get something like this:



    Cheers,
    Nick

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