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    Tonight's Moon 190513


    18 stacked photos

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    • Re: Communal Night-Sky Photography Thread

      Originally posted by MJ224 View Post


      Tonight's Moon 190513


      18 stacked photos

      by Mark Johnson, on Flickr
      Stunning

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        Mark that is just superb. The focus is spot on and so the detail is amazing.
        What lens did you use?
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          Originally posted by wornish View Post
          Mark that is just superb. The focus is spot on and so the detail is amazing.
          What lens did you use?
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            Couldn't agree more, its a real cracker Mark, well done.
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              Can only agree with all of the above.

              In fact the detail is so good, after careful scrutiny, I do believe I've found the moon boots and the pile of cameras they left on the surface... Just can't quite make out the names?
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                  Cracking shot Mark, well done
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                    What SpaceX are doing launching thousands of low orbit satelites is potentially the end of astrophotography as we know it.


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                      Clear sky and darkish moon phase... I'm off out for my first attempt at stars... If I don't appear with something in this thread in the next few days, just assume I failed miserably
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                      • Re: Communal Night-Sky Photography Thread

                        Originally posted by chris View Post
                        Clear sky and darkish moon phase... I'm off out for my first attempt at stars... If I don't appear with something in this thread in the next few days, just assume I failed miserably
                        Good Luck
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                        • Re: Communal Night-Sky Photography Thread

                          Thanks Dave

                          I enjoyed my night out in the Peaks in the dark! It was an interesting if not very successful night though. There was a misty haze to the north so my planned star trails around the north star was a bust. I did manage some shots though, no idea what they are like other than on the back of the camera yet.

                          I also learnt that just because you know of a cool dead tree that you've been to once, a year ago, doesn't mean walking a mile or so in the dark will be easy!
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                            Originally posted by chris View Post
                            ...........There was a misty haze to the north so my planned star trails around the north star was a bust.!

                            Perhaps it was still twilight in the North. I thought of trying some photos myself, after reading your first post, but decided it simply wasn't dark enough. It's the wrong time of year for astro-photography
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                              Originally posted by MikeOxon View Post
                              Perhaps it was still twilight in the North. I thought of trying some photos myself, after reading your first post, but decided it simply wasn't dark enough. It's the wrong time of year for astro-photography
                              here you go anyway, this is what I came away with.


                              stars
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                                Very imposing shot I like it. See the stars were out afterall.
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