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Some Different Moon Phases And A Shot A The Milky Way

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#1 Jaime Rodriguez

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 11:17 PM

A  few moon shots all taken on a tripod. The first is a waxing crescent ISO 640 435mm f/8.0 1/100

2nd  iso 160 600mm  f/9.0 1/500

3rd   iso 100 600mm f/8.0 1/640

4th  iso 100 500mm f/6.3 1/200

5th shot is of the Milky Way at my friend's ranch I used my canon 15-85 and probably needed a faster lens but when i looked up in the sky and saw it, I had to try! iso 800 15mm f/3.5  30 sec exposure


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#2 Roderick


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Posted 11 October 2017 - 06:45 AM

super impressive !

|The milky way one is very nice.  Maybe an LR grad filter to tone down the house and the tree and give more emphasis to the main attraction in the sky

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