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    It's less than 10 minutes from my house, so I can go back

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHRIS View Post
    You should have gotten some pie from that farm stand . We used to camp down the street from there and thier apple and blue berry pies are great. Your picture are great to.

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    I like the first picture of the sugar shack best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Is someone going to try to get the full moon rising over Mt Washington tonight?
    Not over Mt Washington... but its still a moon shot...

    Uncropped... Canon 1D Mark II, Canon 500L, Canon 1.4x TC, Canon 2x TC (Exif shows 1000mm but in actuality its 1400mm)

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    A photo question for Jim and others...

    I just walked up to the beach near my house, and saw bioluminescence/phosphorescence in the foaming tops of the breaking waves...

    Any idea how one might get a picture of this? All thoughts/ideas are appreciated...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orgnoi1 View Post
    Not over Mt Washington... but its still a moon shot...

    Uncropped... Canon 1D Mark II, Canon 500L, Canon 1.4x TC, Canon 2x TC (Exif shows 1000mm but in actuality its 1400mm)
    Can you paste the full EXIF information here for us? That is a very good shot - taken on a very solid tripod. Getting a good shot of the moon is hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by h2oeco View Post
    A photo question for Jim and others...

    I just walked up to the beach near my house, and saw bioluminescence/phosphorescence in the foaming tops of the breaking waves...

    Any idea how one might get a picture of this? All thoughts/ideas are appreciated...
    Overexpose...that's the best I can tell you...

    Sounds neat...good luck!
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    Here is a rough video of the bioluminescence/phosporescence in the waves:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoaaEps7m7Q

    Taken with the video feature of a still camera - looks a lot better in person - you will have to look closely to see it...

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    Spyboy, those are really great shots. I can't wait to get there today!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Can you paste the full EXIF information here for us? That is a very good shot - taken on a very solid tripod. Getting a good shot of the moon is hard.

    Sure can... actually it was taken against a only fairly sturdy horse fence... I dont have a tripod I would trust with my 500L to keep it sturdy so I usually use a monopod...

    ISO50, 1/125", f/9 for the exif...

    I use ISO50 on my 1D because once you stack the two TCs it gets a bit grainy... so any little bit helps... I also had to use USM MUCH more than I normally would like to...
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    Quote Originally Posted by h2oeco View Post
    A photo question for Jim and others...

    I just walked up to the beach near my house, and saw bioluminescence/phosphorescence in the foaming tops of the breaking waves...

    Any idea how one might get a picture of this? All thoughts/ideas are appreciated...
    Given enough money....
    The new Canon 5D mkII is spec'ed as having an ISO range from 50-25,600

    One would think that at that speed, you could capture some of that.

    I have no idea if the noise level allows what you want, but it would be fun to try.

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