AaronT said:Thanks Click. Since I heard a supermoon was on its way I did some research on moon stacking. I wanted to see how much I could improve on previous moon shots with the same equipment. It turned out quite a bit. And then the weather co-operated.
Valvebounce said:Hi Aaron.
Very nice shots, I like the detail in the second shot, but I think the first shot is more how I see the moon, in the second shot it looks odd, kind of greenish even when viewed outside of the forum page compression (by clicking on the link). Even after saying all that, they are still very nice shots. Somewhat better than those I didn't take due to fair cloud cover!
Valvebounce said:... Somewhat better than those I didn't take due to fair cloud cover!
AaronT said:Daniel, that is a great single shot. I am impressed that it looks so good with 3 teleconverters. Of course you are starting off with a 400 DO and a MK IV.
DJL329 said:Same here. I was quite disappointed I didn't get the chance to see it, as I had prepped last week with the Mark II version of the Canon 2x TC I recently acquired, so I could stack it with my 1.4x TC.
Canon 5D Mark IV and EF 400mm f/4 DO IS II + EF 2x TC II + EF 1.4x TC III + an old Tamron 2x teleconverter