Full Moon January '06

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    January '06 Full Moon, taken in front of my home using a 35mm Canon Rebel 2000

    Daniel_L, Jan Herbert, and The Wiccan added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Wil Zoetekouw 89 months ago | reply

      like a piece of art.. curious how you made this..

      Seen next to a fellow photo of Tamron 28-300 mm. (?)

    2. Full-Moon-Goddess 89 months ago | reply

      Will, I was using a tripod and was playing around with exposures...a variety of manual settings. I really should note the settings when I do that...just in case I want to repeat. I cropped the picture. The moon was very bright that night and my best guess is that I had the camera set on an exposure of at least 1 second.
      This is one of my favorite pictures I ever took of the moon...thanks for the compliment.

    3. Wil Zoetekouw 89 months ago | reply

      HI, your images contain EXIF data in which you should be able to see which setting you used.. i cant access those (you would be able to do so when checking my pictures (see at additional information and more properties) with your pictures cause you have shielded that information from anyone to see.. (no problem.. was quite curious how you did this..)(you should be able to access the Exif Data on a picture through your camera for one and very likely through the imageviewer that you have installed on your computer through the software that was given together with the camera!..

    4. Full-Moon-Goddess 89 months ago | reply

      Actually, this picture was taken with a film camera (not my rebel xt) and the image was scanned and cropped...unfortunately, no data available. But may be there is a photographer who can give some insight as to what they think the setting was. When I took lessons a few years back, my instructor pretty much knew my settings by looking at the photo.

    5. iam4ranny 83 months ago | reply

      Thanks for posting in the FlickR Firsts THREAD!
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    6. Jan Herbert 81 months ago | reply

      Very interesting perspective-- what a great result for your experiment! Simply beautiful!


      Beauty is in the *Eye* of the Beholder!

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