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    Sick shots...what camera settings did you use?
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    I love messing w/ the stars, (I stalk Lindsey Lohan on a regular basis)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verdugo
    Sick shots...what camera settings did you use?
    20D. someday when i have lots of money i might get a 20da(the special astro photography digital camera). The D70 has a weak anti infared filter in it so it might be pretty good at astro photography. Ill barrow my grandma's and try it sometime

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    Quote Originally Posted by StreetSlider
    I love messing w/ the stars, (I stalk Lindsey Lohan on a regular basis)
    my friend bumped in to Adam sandler Thurs night at TGIF and he said sorry to her. He was there with Rob Schneider and Deb from napoleon dynamite
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    Quote Originally Posted by c00lbeans
    20D. someday when i have lots of money i might get a 20da(the special astro photography digital camera). The D70 has a weak anti infared filter in it so it might be pretty good at astro photography. Ill barrow my grandma's and try it sometime
    Hahaha nice but what settings did you use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Verdugo
    Hahaha nice but what settings did you use?
    custom functions, long exposure noise reduction, and mirror lock up. F 2.8 at 15-20 seconds at idk 400-800 iso. Just take some test shots. color temp at 2800k. I dont relly like the 45 min exposure one. its not long enough to get like super nice star streaks and it came out too noisey. plus it took 1.5 hours to make becuase of the noise reduction double the time.

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    Ahhh you shot pretty wide...interesting. I guess I'm accustomed to stopping down when taking pictures of the moon...haven't tried stars since last year so I'll have to try it out
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    c00lbeans, those are awesome shots. Do you have any hi-rez pics I can have?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Verdugo
    Ahhh you shot pretty wide...interesting. I guess I'm accustomed to stopping down when taking pictures of the moon...haven't tried stars since last year so I'll have to try it out
    canon 15mm fish eye is sharp as ***** at 2.8. so is the cheap 50mm even at 1.8. the moon is WAY more brighter then stars, its a big rock in direct sunlight. so you can use your higher f stops just for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iMP|2EZiONS
    c00lbeans, those are awesome shots. Do you have any hi-rez pics I can have?
    thanks, ill post some biggers ones for you background but prints you have to buy

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    Backgrounds are fine with me. Thanks!
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    how did you do the one with the wrx in it? I cant even tell if it is day or night.

    I just got into photography but i need to practice.

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    its night and theres a moon which lights up the ground alot, and a light reflector to put more light in the shadows of the car

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