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    Post Your Super Moon Eclipse

    Mediocre conditions here, it just wasn't that clear so not as good as I hoped. Of course as low as it was the light pollution in the city didn't help.
    In clear rural areas some people should have gotten great shots as low as it was.

    1C8A3620.jpg by hdnitehawk01, on Flickr

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    it was nice and clear here but quite windy. i had to shoot between gusts and this is the best i could do.
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    Clouded over before getting fully eclipsed here.

    I was using the 7D2 interval timer, and was going to make a small video, but the moon is too fast... I kept having to readjust the tripod to keep the moon in frame every few minutes... and then the clouds came in... Things sure didn't go as planned.

    Glad you guys got to see red.
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    Nice to see somebody had the joy to photo the moon, woke up ap 4.30am to see the weather here in Finland, all cloudy :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsaa View Post
    Nice to see somebody had the joy to photo the moon, woke up ap 5.30am to see the weather here in Italy, Florence, all cloudy :/
    Dogs and cats, living together! Mass hysteria!

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    There was a thick blanket of clouds in my area. I didn't see a thing.

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    Cloudy all day and through the evening yesterday around here.
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    I was able to get a few. Haven't been through them all. Amazing how dark it got. I was trying all sorts of things. This was 0.5 sec, f/6.3, ISO 3200 @ 600 mm on with the 5DIII and Sigma 150-600S.

    Small-0466 by kayaker72, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    I was able to get a few. Haven't been through them all. Amazing how dark it got. I was trying all sorts of things. This was 0.5 sec, f/6.3, ISO 3200 @ 600 mm on with the 5DIII and Sigma 150-600S.

    Small-0466 by kayaker72, on Flickr
    This eclipse was darker than the last one I shot.

    Mine was .6 sec, F/6.3, ISO 800 with the 5Ds R.

    I pushed it +2.7 stops and +100 shadows in post. Noise Reduction 70.

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    I took several through the duration of the eclipse, this one was right at the maximum point of the totality (10:47p local time). It's just slightly cropped from the 1200mm FoV.

    "Blood Moon"

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