Relatively Close

Relatively Close

It has been far too long since I have posted but I have been really, really busy for the past month or so. That also explains why this image, a shot of the "supermoon" didn't show up here when it was more recent and relevant.

I shot this with my 70-300VR and only using a GorillaPod because my real tripod was elsewhere. I used the mirror lock-up feature and a remote to keep it steady. I'm fairly happy with the detail but I did have to do a bit of sharpening to make it crisp. I was lucky the night was clear. Since this won't happen again for another 20 or 30 years or something, I'm happy I didn't miss it.

I could just stare at those craters and details forever.

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Camera: NIKON D90
Lens Type:
Focal Length: 300 mm
35mm Focal Length: 450 mm
Exposure: 1/125 sec
Aperture: f 8
ISO: 100
Views: 1708
Taken: 2011-03-20 22:24:50
Posted: 2011-04-12 | 06:51





Relatively Close

Relatively Close

It has been far too long since I have posted but I have been really, really busy for the past month or so. That also explains why this image, a shot of the "supermoon" didn't show up here when it was more recent and relevant.

I shot this with my 70-300VR and only using a GorillaPod because my real tripod was elsewhere. I used the mirror lock-up feature and a remote to keep it steady. I'm fairly happy with the detail but I did have to do a bit of sharpening to make it crisp. I was lucky the night was clear. Since this won't happen again for another 20 or 30 years or something, I'm happy I didn't miss it.

I could just stare at those craters and details forever.

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EXIF

Camera: NIKON D90
Lens Type:
Focal Length: 300 mm
35mm Focal Length: 450 mm
Exposure: 1/125 sec
Aperture: f 8
ISO: 100
Views: 1708
Taken: 2011-03-20 22:24:50
Posted: 2011-04-12 | 06:51