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Staff Winter Selection 2015
Superb Composition
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All Star
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Outstanding Creativity
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ElizabethSPool PRO+
ElizabethSPool January 25, 2015
Great moon picture!
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RonWestPhoto November 09, 2016
The moon is always a difficult object to take a sharp photo of. This one is quite clear and very close to sharp, well done.

Behind The Lens

I took this photo from my window without going out the house, the sky is always above us and I love capturing it.
Well this would have been taken in winter and so in the UK it would have been about 3 am it's light later in winter.
I used No flash and always turn off the house lights as much as possible at night, it saves on light pollution which with living in the city and a student town is terrible it means at least i little light interruption as possible.
Nikon p510
The tranquility of nature. If you are patient it saves you the best results.
No I don't.I'm not a huge fan i like images as they are taken. To be honest, I don't know how and believe nature is natural so I feel it is best captured as it is.
In my camera bag
Just my Nikon a spare battery sunglasses incase I need a quick lens cover in the city i carry light as it's to fast and busy to have bulky items with you, a cloth incase it rains and
Well if you photograph from up high its easier then from ground, I once true taking pictures rom the Brighton eye of space they look much closer when you are higher up.

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