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New Moon Setting

Posted by Avital Pinnick on April 15, 2010

It’s not as good a shot as I’d hoped to get but I did learn a lot about how to approach this kind of shot in the future. This photo required a lot of post-processing, so I’m very glad I shot it in RAW. You can see the shadow of the earth on the moon. This was taken during a brief window when the new moon was visible just after it cleared the clouds above the horizon. 7:44 p.m., ISO 400, f/5.6, 2″, 250mm.

New Moon Setting

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2 Responses to “New Moon Setting”

  1. You certainly can’t beat shooting in raw, and hopefully this is just the starting point in your moon shots, which improve further with each shot…

  2. Very nice shot though. A pity you didn’t get it totally sharp – but hey, isn’t that the way we all learn?

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