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November 27, 2007
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The moon by RRVISTAS The moon by RRVISTAS
I redid the moon picture as HDR. I created 3 files with an EV difference of 1 from a single RAW file.

edit: sorry if you got multiple devwatch notices - somehow my browser screwed up....
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x-Leda Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2013
Here [link]

Thank you very much!!!
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Sasp33 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2009   Photographer
You have been featured! [link]

Thank you! Great work!
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RRVISTAS Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2009
Thanks a lot for the feature!
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Sasp33 Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2009   Photographer
no problem!
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Legend17 Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2009
awesome ;)
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CalvuS Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2008
It s wonderful.
I have one moon photos maybe you want to see it [link]
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RRVISTAS Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2008
Thanks!
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bandesz99 Featured By Owner Feb 29, 2008
moon hdr :) good idea dude
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softcell72 Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2008
I have never been able to see the moon that clearly, and I HAVE a telescope, lol
course I live in a city, lots of light pollution.

Awesome shot, I've seen one done attached to a telescope but never straight from a lens, and an hdr too.
just awesome.
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RRVISTAS Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2008
light pollution is one thing, but in the city the seeing and transparency is the killer. without a tranquil atmosphere, you don't have a chance to really make the best from the telescope. also one of the most common errors is that people go for the highest magnification possible. They forget that you do not magnify the moon alone but also everything between. most of the time it's best to settle for a middle magnification, resulting in smaller, but hell of a lot more crisp image.

You might try this software [link] . it has a great sharpening filter and it can create quite good images from an avi. That is that you record a movie from the moon or planet through your optic , or make a whole bunch of pictures. the software then can generate a sharp picture because it takes only the most sharp images and merges them.
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