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Shoot for the Moon
Shoot for the Moon
bobdaveant


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Camera: Canon EOS-20D
Lens: Canon EF 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 IS USM
Location: Ohio
Date: May 14, 2005
Galleries: Sky, Black and White
Date Uploaded: May 14, 2005

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Comments: 20
Favorites: 14 (view)

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08/19/2005 09:14:57 AM
Originally posted by gibun:

Surely this must be THE shot of the moon!

You made my day...thanks.

Message edited by author 2005-08-19 09:15:15.
08/19/2005 07:57:54 AM
Surely this must be THE shot of the moon!
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06/15/2005 01:36:45 PM
A very special shot. Can win many contests for you, I am sure.
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05/17/2005 09:11:18 PM
Originally posted by Nonage:

BIG WOW. Excellent shot. What settings did u use to capture every thing with perfect details? Its awsome.


settings listed below...thanks for the wow.
05/17/2005 08:54:57 PM
BIG WOW. Excellent shot. What settings did u use to capture every thing with perfect details? Its awsome.
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05/17/2005 08:00:12 PM
My print is finally for sale if anyone is interested. I just ordered a print myself, can wait to get it.
05/16/2005 06:08:20 AM
This is TOO COOL! Great capture!
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05/15/2005 10:58:52 PM
Excellent shot.
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05/15/2005 05:14:32 PM
Really cool shot...
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05/15/2005 05:11:49 PM
Originally posted by Imagineer:

This is quite stunning. Do you have this at print quality? If so, I'll buy it.

Was it shot through a telescope or is this just at full tilt 300mm? The moon detail is just amazing.

I just put up my picture for review on DCPrints, as soon as its there, feel free to purchase, thanks much!
05/15/2005 01:29:16 PM
This is quite stunning. Do you have this at print quality? If so, I'll buy it.

Was it shot through a telescope or is this just at full tilt 300mm? The moon detail is just amazing.
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05/15/2005 11:52:42 AM
A unique capture! Wonderful! :)
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05/15/2005 11:51:57 AM
awesome capture dude
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05/15/2005 11:41:55 AM
great shot!
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05/15/2005 09:23:00 AM
ExposureTime : 1/800Sec
ISOSpeedRatings : 400
ShutterSpeedValue : 1/800Sec
ApertureValue : F5.6
ExposureBiasValue : EV-1.7
Flash : Not fired(Compulsory)
FocalLength : 300.00(mm)
FocalPlaneResolutionUnit : Meter
ExposureMode : Auto
WhiteBalance : Manual
SceneCaptureType : Standard
Quality : Fine
FlashMode : Off
Drive Mode : Single-frame
Focus Mode : One-Shot
Digital Zoom : Off
Contrast : Normal
Saturation : Normal
Sharpness : Normal
MeteringMode : Evaluative
ExposureProgram : A-DEP
Focal length of lens : 75-300(mm)
Flash Activity : Off
Color Tone : Normal

Message edited by author 2005-05-15 09:30:52.
05/15/2005 01:41:54 AM
What a cool shot! Very interesting and well taken.
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05/14/2005 11:46:04 PM
What aperature etc was used for this shot?

Love it.
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05/14/2005 11:07:17 PM
what a great opportunity and so well used!
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05/14/2005 10:18:25 PM
Originally posted by keegbow:

Fantastic really love it.

Thanks!
05/14/2005 10:17:19 PM
Fantastic really love it.
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