I was wondering the same thing. I almost posted a couple of days ago to see if rcnaylor still has his team logo on his front porch, but figured that might be a tender subject.
Recntly I have been wondering the same thing...
Here is a picture of the moon I took a couple years ago with my Pentax K10d and my cheap $15 manual focus, manual apeture 500mm lens
Yep, I think unless you are a Cougar...or maybe a Bear, football has been a touchy subject around the state this year.:)
Very nice lazypup! How did you get the crispness in the photo?
First, great shots guys. I'm never am very happy with my moon shots.
Second, photography is a much happier topic around here than college football!
My coach needs to recruit himself out of a problem because coaching out of it hasn't been working too well!
What camera KT?
Yes..best shots are taken when the moon is like this, then you see the craters better...kind of half moon, full moon would be worse.
Looks like the last picture is enhanced in a program, sharpness, contrast etc.
I found one my wife made with Canon Powershot SX40 handheld, original, no Photoshopped. IMO, best camera for your money.
Thanks RC and Konrad.
Konrad, I used the Canon Powershot SX 30 IS for the picture above. Your photo is much nicer, crisper.
I'll have to look into the Canon Powershot SX40, which I didn't know existed. It must be new.
It is 2012, can we get some color photographs of the moon?
There we go!
One's in a blue moon you get a blue moon..this from last night..
I've been stuck in Kyrgyzstan for 7 days ...
Well that sounds like a plenty good excuse for not doing a little posting around here Zitro!
yeah, I'm waiting on a jet- literally.
Kyrgyzstan?? Oh, that's just on the other side of Houston, right?
Funny, I've never taken a photo of the moon. Odd now that I think about it.
I do have a photo of jupiter, nothing fancy at all. Was at the beach last summer with a clear night sky, saw Jupiter and snap snap snap.
Hand held, 190mm, f2.8, iso3200, 1/6 sec on the shutter. With the exception of cropping the image, no post-processing was done at all.
Nice...and three of Jupiter's moon's also! I tried taking a picture of Jupiter but I never got any decent ones.
Not sure, but that looks like a galaxy to the lower right of Jupiter.