Friday, May 6, 2011

La Luna

Canon T2i, Tamron LD Di 70-300mm at 300mm, 1/10s @ f/8, ISO 100
I left this one at a large resolution so that when you click on the photo, you can view it at its full size and see the detail in the craters. This isn't a superb lens, and there are certainly some much better, but I'm pretty pleased with its performance here.

I had the camera on a sturdy tripod and was using Live View so that the mirror would already be up (thus eliminating any shake from the mirror slap), and the only moving component would be the open-and-shut of the shutter. Additionally, I was using a remote to trigger the shutter.

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