Shoot The Moon Project – May 2015

Exif Data

  • Uploaded May 5, 2015
  • CameraCanon EOS 5D Mark II
  • Taken May 2, 2015
  • ISO 640
  • Shutter Speed 0.008
  • Aperture 8

So, I’ve been trying to blog a little more about things outside of PowerShell.  Over this last weekend, I had an excellent opportunity to do so, by continuing my attempts to get the ultimate ‘moon shot’.  This time, leveraging my Sigma 70-200 2.8 and two 2x teleconveters, I was able to obtain the following shot.

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Not too shabby, but still a lot of room for improvement.  When you start getting into the longer lenses, I’m finding that the movement of the moon is a lot more noticeable, and requires a faster shutter speed in order to capture a sharp image.  The trade off with this, of course, is that you have to shoot at a higher ISO, which also affects your image quality.  I think on my next run, I’ll try a camera with a better reputation for low light and see how it goes.  In the meantime, enjoy!

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