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Shooting The Moon (Part 2)

Posted by on 11 March 2011

Remember my first attempt at shooting the full moon?

A couple of days after that first attempt, I decided to try shooting the moon again and I was very pleased with the result…and amused to note the moon’s striking resemblance to a piece of pumice stone!

Image shot with a Nikon D90 and Nikkor 18-200mm VR II lens. Manual setting, shutter speed: 1/250, aperture: f/11, ISO 200.

No editing whatsoever other than slight sharpening of the image and the addition of my site’s URL.

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