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    i hv tried photographing the full moon last night.
    film fuji superia 400, spot metering-> speed 1/250 f8, zoom 300mm
    Have not got the film dev yet.
    Now i am thinking whether i should hv used a polarizing filter. Would it give a better effect?
    thanks.

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    just the full moon? i suggest to wait till 1/4 to half moon

    i am not sure abt film cos i use digital

    I have this special moon filter that is suppose to increase the details on the moon when u shoot
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    What is this special moon filter that you mentioned??


    Quote Originally Posted by Wai
    just the full moon? i suggest to wait till 1/4 to half moon

    i am not sure abt film cos i use digital

    I have this special moon filter that is suppose to increase the details on the moon when u shoot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wai
    just the full moon? i suggest to wait till 1/4 to half moon

    i am not sure abt film cos i use digital

    I have this special moon filter that is suppose to increase the details on the moon when u shoot
    Your pics did not show up when i click the link.
    btw, what filter is that?

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    Moon filter is Moon Filter lor .... there is also Sun filter for you to take the sun if you want Whahahahahaha..... You seems like asking what is a mango.

    But anyway, I took the moon without the filter .... Don't have a telescope like Wai do ......

    http://ytphoto.clubsnap.org/gallery

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivor
    What is this special moon filter that you mentioned??
    Something that is normally found attached to the telescope when one tried to take the moon with a telescope ;P

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    Quote Originally Posted by blurblock
    Moon filter is Moon Filter lor .... there is also Sun filter for you to take the sun if you want Whahahahahaha..... You seems like asking what is a mango.

    But anyway, I took the moon without the filter .... Don't have a telescope like Wai do ......

    http://ytphoto.clubsnap.org/gallery

    I know what is a sun filter used to take the sun....it can be as simple as an overexp negative or a ND. But this moon filter really BLURs me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by D2Hpeter
    I know what is a sun filter used to take the sun....it can be as simple as an overexp negative or a ND. But this moon filter really BLURs me....
    use an overexp negative or a ND to take the sun, you will blind your eyes in not time :P.

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    D2Hpeter,

    You may want follow this link to a recent post of a beautiful moon.

    http://www.naturephotosociety.org.sg...umID4/269.html

    As the photographer politely and I believe he will share his experience with you.

    Cheers!

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