Panning & Moon’o’graphy – 2

Today I was out again in night sharpening my panning shots. Lday luck was with me and the very first shot came out almost perfect (to my liking). As I was hand holding the camera, I started with ISO1600 and hence some grain can be seen in the image.


Clicked using Canon 70-200 f/4 L lense on 400D, shot @ ISO 1600, 188mm, f/4 and 1/10sec shutter speed.

Motivated by my effort, I got the tripod out and started to practise on the moving objets. Now, I was able to bring the ISO down to 400 without too much blurr as I was no more hand holding the camera. Following is one of the many clics.


Clicked using Canon 70-200 f/4 L lense on 400D, shot @ ISO400, 145mm f/4 and 1/5sec shutter speed.

While I was out, I also decided to capture the white moon, almost in its full shape.

Clicked using Canon 70-200 f/4 L lense on 400D, shot @ ISO100, 200mm f/8 and 1/125sec shutter speed.

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In Nov’08 when I had Canon EFS 55-250 f/4-5.6 IS Lense of my friend lying around I saw this bright object wandering in dark sky filled with stars. I realised I haven’t captured this bright object in my camera ever, not becuase I never thought about it but it was due to lack of enough zoom at my disposal.

The bright object ala Moon as captured on 11-Nov-08.

Full Moon

Moon as captured on 20-Nov-08.

Moon

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