2010-12-24

Photo Finish Friday: Merry Lunatic


This was last month's Hunter's Moon. Taken with my friends film Nikon with a telephoto lens. I think it came out (after some adjusting) quite well. This gives me hope for the eclipse photos I took with the same camera the other night. And makes me yearn for a DSLR so I can play with lenses and get immediate results. This waiting is for the birds ;)  This last batch will be ready tomorrow, but I am not going near any shops until the 29th if I can help it!

I wish everyone a very Merry Christmas!


Take care all!

PFF is the brain child of my cousin Leah over at The Goat's Lunch Pail.

11 comments:

Hilary said...

A beauty of a shot, Reb and a great title, to boot!

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas.

David Barber said...

Great shot, Reb. I normally post a photo for Leah's PFF but forgot it was Friday today. Doh!! You have a new follower.

MERRY CHRISTMAS

messymimi said...

Yes, it turned out! Wow.

Please stay away from the shops, we can wait.

A blessed and beautiful Christmas to you.

Leah J. Utas said...

Reb, well done. You did a really good job of it.
What settings?
And for Dog's sake stay away from the shops.

the Bag Lady said...

Don't blame you in the least for staying away from the shops!

Wonderful picture, sis.

Merry Christmas!

kcinnova said...

Staying away from shops is a sane thing to do.

Now I'm headed back to the Stollen and gingerbread man purgatory... um, kitchen. ;)

Merry Christmas, Reb! :)

Reb said...

Hilary, thanks so much.

Thanks David and welcome to my world ;)

Messymimi, I flubbed a few shots, but I am fairly excited that these few turned out. Thanks.

Thanks Leah. It looks like I tried 250 @ f/16, the print is very grey, so I had to adjust the brightness contrast a fair amount.

Thanks Sis.

Karen, thanks...um Stollen? My address is... :)

David Cranmer said...

Merry Christmas, Reb!

Reb said...

Thanks David!

Dianne said...

I love your post title :)
and I really love your photo
I'm yearning for a DSLR as well
but remember it's the photographer, not the equipment that makes art

Merry Merry Reb

Reb said...

Thanks Dianne ;)