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Moon portraits

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new approach to editing sent on January 03, 2017 (10:51) by PablyScarpy. 11 comments, 280 views.

con Canon EF 2.0x III, 1/80 f/11.0, ISO 125, tripod.

Ho provato un metodo differente per cercare di spremere più dettagli possibili dalla foto ottenuta con il 70-200.



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avatarsenior
sent on January 03, 2017 (12:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

very beautiful and defined. How did you take? That is the method that you used?

avatarjunior
sent on January 03, 2017 (12:46) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)


avatarsenior
sent on January 03, 2017 (19:00) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

And it is all very clear. I usually I focus craters below but maybe it's better to focus when focus on one of the central

avatarjunior
sent on January 03, 2017 (19:31) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I used as a reference the crater Copernicus because it is the first thing that attracts attention. Shooting with aperture near f11 however should help you keep most of the focus elements, you just have to find the sweet spot of the fire and take an endless barrage of photos with the remote (even in the same series by 30-40 shots are not all too sharp ;-)

avatarsenior
sent on January 03, 2017 (21:19) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

that is, if I understand correctly, performing 30-40 shots then join the clicks with the sharpest parts?

avatarjunior
sent on January 03, 2017 (21:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

You can do and it's the best way, but in my case because of laziness and because I terribly dry use a version of Wineskin Registax and Autostakkert, always use single shots choosing the best of the series. Even without touching anything, they are not all equal, but some are better, simply because the atmosphere is not a perfect clear glass. To this we must find the right focus and make more photos possible.

avatarsenior
sent on January 03, 2017 (21:32) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

But gosh I must say it came very well. I have tried before with the moon is tonight and I am not satisfied. Perhaps for that it is illuminated only a small portion and I used the 7D Mark II with Canon 100-400 extender 1.4x II and II

avatarjunior
sent on January 03, 2017 (22:46) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

You must be very gentle with the fire, I think he's all in the take my hand. Remember to remove the IS I recommend. However the 100-400 ii supposed to be very sharp, actually I was just aiming for this and other purposes :-D

avatarsenior
sent on January 03, 2017 (22:49) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I've had it a few weeks and I have to test well anyway is a great lens

avatarjunior
sent on January 03, 2017 (23:08) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Over the next 15 days, weather permitting you to try it better. Let me know if you can ;-)

avatarsenior
sent on January 03, 2017 (23:16) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I try



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