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Great Didi 2007-05-03 6:10

Hi Kevin
Not very simple to do it because if you take a long time in exposure, the earth movement will transform the moon into an American football ballon.
And long exposure in numeric pictures brings some noise but it's not very visible here.
It's more simple to take the moon in the twilight.
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Old 05-02-2007, 02:18 AM
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Default To Didi: Good info...

That's very good solid information. Thanks so much. Are you suggesting that I should have taken this shot in the early evening? I'll try it this summer and see what happens.
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Default Re: To Kevin64: Twilight

after sunshine in the twilight like this picture
http://fr.trekearth.com/gallery/photo210335.htm
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