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    No... I mean higher so don't need longer lens... or lesser crop...

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    Quote Originally Posted by justshot View Post
    No... I mean higher so don't need longer lens... or lesser crop...
    Actually, I do agree with Rashkae that you actually need to be at least that much (3000-4000m) higher to get a "bigger" moon with current equipment. Being at 1st Floor or 20+th Floor, it wouldn't make that much of a difference imo...(personally tried it on 1st Floor and 24th Floor, didn't notice anything bigger or the difference is not visible to my eye)
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    Quote Originally Posted by justshot View Post
    No... I mean higher so don't need longer lens... or lesser crop...
    Oh. Well then I suggest a Saturn V rocket.

    Really, you'd need to go at least 50,000km up in order to get the effect you want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyStrike View Post
    Actually, I do agree with Rashkae that you actually need to be at least that much (3000-4000m) higher to get a "bigger" moon with current equipment. Being at 1st Floor or 20+th Floor, it wouldn't make that much of a difference imo...(personally tried it on 1st Floor and 24th Floor, didn't notice anything bigger or the difference is not visible to my eye)
    No, going that high will just reduce atmospheric interference, easier to get a sharper shot. But justshot wants a "naturally" bigger looking moon.

    Justshot, did you fail basic science in primary school? You *do* know the distance of the earth to the moon is between 356400 to 406700km, right? Do you *really* think going 200m or even 2000m higher will make a difference?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    No, going that high will just reduce atmospheric interference, easier to get a sharper shot. But justshot wants a "naturally" bigger looking moon.
    Regarding the atmospheric interference, are you referring to light pollution?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye View Post
    Bro, oversharpen le. Soften it a bit better. Your moon too much goosebumps le.
    hmm.. now tat i look at it again, it really looks kinda oversharpened. thanks for the feedback
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Nice moon tonight...


    Not exactly good for photography, a 3/4 moon is better.
    For your info, that same moon was pretty when it rises the same night, but I got myself to blame for concentrating sunset and didn't notice the moon raised behind me and missed the full bright moon in blue hour...



    sorry if out of thread...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyStrike View Post
    Regarding the atmospheric interference, are you referring to light pollution?
    Partially, but mainly also to haze and light refraction from high humidity and denser air.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    No, going that high will just reduce atmospheric interference, easier to get a sharper shot. But justshot wants a "naturally" bigger looking moon.

    Justshot, did you fail basic science in primary school? You *do* know the distance of the earth to the moon is between 356400 to 406700km, right? Do you *really* think going 200m or even 2000m higher will make a difference?
    I prefer to see your reply as NOT a personal attack. Good day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    No, going that high will just reduce atmospheric interference, easier to get a sharper shot. But justshot wants a "naturally" bigger looking moon.

    Justshot, did you fail basic science in primary school? You *do* know the distance of the earth to the moon is between 356400 to 406700km, right? Do you *really* think going 200m or even 2000m higher will make a difference?
    I prefer to see your reply as NOT a personal attack. Good day.

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    This one's mine.
    Just sharing.
    Last edited by nerdypunks; 20th April 2011 at 10:25 PM.

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    Moon shots gone wrong?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted888 View Post
    For your info, that same moon was pretty when it rises the same night, but I got myself to blame for concentrating sunset and didn't notice the moon raised behind me and missed the full bright moon in blue hour...



    sorry if out of thread...
    The moon is pretty and the moment is right. But... the composition can be improved.

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    This was shot on 19 March

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    Quote Originally Posted by WISHBONEASH View Post
    This was shot on 19 March
    wow its sharp..may i know which lens are u using?
    i tried with the 70-200,cannot get it this sharp

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    this is mine. also shot on 19/3 during that full moon period.



    Using manual mode. f11 , 1/160 (5DMKII + 135mm f2, done a crop else the moon is very small )

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    Quote Originally Posted by stvkoswara View Post
    wow its sharp..may i know which lens are u using?
    i tried with the 70-200,cannot get it this sharp
    I was using a 100 400L

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    Quote Originally Posted by stvkoswara View Post
    wow its sharp..may i know which lens are u using?
    i tried with the 70-200,cannot get it this sharp
    I was using a 100 400L

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    Quote Originally Posted by stvkoswara View Post
    wow its sharp..may i know which lens are u using?
    i tried with the 70-200,cannot get it this sharp
    I was using a 100 400L

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    Quote Originally Posted by stvkoswara View Post
    wow its sharp..may i know which lens are u using?
    i tried with the 70-200,cannot get it this sharp
    I was using a 100 400L

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