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bodylounge on May 14, 2007

the ring

rosina lamberti on May 14, 2007
church on May 15, 2007

a bulb?

rosina lamberti on June 7, 2007

full moon:)

©polytropos on June 7, 2007

prove it! ;-)

It looks like me, when I'm searching with the torch in the cellar for the fuse box after a lightning.

rosina lamberti on June 7, 2007

I agree Polytropos it would have been easier to do that, thanks for the wonderful comments

greetings from Australia

Rosina :)

guardiaodocerrado on June 8, 2007

Muito Bom ....My site..........http://www.flogao.com.br/guardiaodoserrado

EcologistGreg on July 4, 2007

Hey Rosina

I just realised that you might not know this bit of info. The moon, being a sunlit object, is best photographed as that - a sunlit object. Most of my exposures are short (1/200 of a second) on f5 to 1/500th f3.2, iso ASA-200 equivalent.

Can't remember where I read it, but it has been invaluable for moon shots.

Cheers

Greg

Romão on July 13, 2007

Hi, Rosina. Have a nice weekend with this beautiful full moon :) Greetings.

vivimareroma.it on October 1, 2007

...finalmente una luna vera...Ma solo a thank you ! Greetings from hungary, peter busa; gli prestano la bici di e.t per fare le foto sulla luna ?

vivimareroma.it on October 1, 2007

E perfettamente centrata, bellissima foto.

rosina lamberti on November 8, 2007

thank u vivimareroma :)

Rubén Moreno Montoli… on January 22, 2009

For a full moon I use these settings: * Exposure: 0.003s (1/320) * F/Stop: f/8.000 * ISO Speed: ISO100 You can check the result here.

Btw, actually you have tons of awesome pictures in your gallery.

Francesco Mascolo on November 29, 2011

non l'ho capita questa foto.

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on May 10, 2007
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by rosina lamberti
    • Camera: KONICA MINOLTA DYNAX 7D
    • Taken on 2006/10/09 20:17:48
    • Exposure: 0.011s (1/90)
    • Focal Length: 135.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO800
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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