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B is for BIG Smile.

Got to love the smiles of this girl:
7R307598 by Lars Hernborg, on Flickr
a7R III & FE 200-600 G

Several of her and others here:
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yeah, and it's a nice action shot as well!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Cekari Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 September 2019 at 20:50
Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

yeah, and it's a nice action shot as well!


Thanks Fred, kind of why I uploaded it :-)
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B is for Blood Moon ( It actually was this red but it was not an Blood Moon)

7R301581 The actual colour of the moon this evening by Lars Hernborg, on Flickr

Really windy and also low light from that moon, so I knew beforehand it wouldn't be sharp as I hoped when going there as my intuition was to shoot at 600. 840 and 1200mm with TCs, well did but not easy when a 15Kg setup swings in the wind, next time I will bring 10-20 Kg of sandbags as well. Setup can be seen in the album...
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Looks good Lars and your setup looks pretty solid too with the wooden tripod and gimbal. I guess at these focal length every slight movement is magnified. I also like the wider view with the houses. Something to try next time could be blending two different exposures to show the houses while retaining some detail in the moon. TFS
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Cekari Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 September 2019 at 11:15
Originally posted by clk230 clk230 wrote:

Looks good Lars and your setup looks pretty solid too with the wooden tripod and gimbal. I guess at these focal length every slight movement is magnified. I also like the wider view with the houses. Something to try next time could be blending two different exposures to show the houses while retaining some detail in the moon. TFS


Thanks.
Yes they are magnified, and a lot, one can see while trying to manual focusing wtih the MRT BT-Remote.

Yes, I will do one like that but "lack of time" home made me not to.
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Originally posted by Cekari Cekari wrote:

[QUOTE=clk230] Something to try next time could be blending two different exposures to show the houses while retaining some detail in the moon.


As I didn't have mixed exp. for the shoot I took one from another shot and made a quick and dirty mix with a darker and a bigger moon:

7R301605 darker bigger moon by Lars Hernborg, on Flickr
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Terrific, I like it!
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Originally posted by clk230 clk230 wrote:

Terrific, I like it!


Thanks :-)
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B is for Bell
[IMG]school daze by Lee Abernethy, on Flickr[/IMG]
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B is for BILLOWS:





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