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 Post subject: da moon 01.31.09
PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2009 3:31 am 
not the best, but i am proud of it....learning to use my sx10is. next time i will try it with IS turned off.

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So the title of the thread is 12 31 09... ummm I am no expert but how could you have shot this when 12 31 09 has not come yet..? Well my guess is that you mean 08...? That being the case I think this shot is an ok shot. The moon is a bit small in this shot. Also the location of the moon in th frame is a bit off centered. I would say either move it to the center or move it to a side more. (rule of thirds) The quality is really nice here. The moon is always something I like taking shots of.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2009 11:40 pm 
it was actually 01.31.09.....thanks for pointing that out. i also appreciate the advice. i am a novice, having just come off of a casio ex-s10, and having always used the automatic or "best shot" settings on that camera. i hope to improve via these forums, and am (barely) beginning to understand the relationships between the different manual settings. thanks again.


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So the title of the thread is 12 31 09... ummm I am no expert but how could you have shot this when 12 31 09 has not come yet..? Well my guess is that you mean 08...? That being the case I think this shot is an ok shot. The moon is a bit small in this shot. Also the location of the moon in th frame is a bit off centered. I would say either move it to the center or move it to a side more. (rule of thirds) The quality is really nice here. The moon is always something I like taking shots of.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2009 6:15 pm 
Thats far better than my first effort which I wont be showing.


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