Thanks for looking and thanks for your comments, Igor.
We had a bit of a Kona breeze that evening, so there was a bit of moisture
in the air, possibly enhanced by the lawn sprinkler the development runs at
Did you get anything interesting?
On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 12:58 PM, Igor PDML-StR <pdml...@komkon.org> wrote:
> It's an interesting effect - with colors.
> I wonder why you'd get this dispersion. You aren't in a cold area where
> one might get tiny water crystals in the air or anything like that...
> And you were not shooting through a plastic airplane window with a
> polarizer. Ghm...
> Dan, what did you do to you Tamron 70-300? Is it so beaten up that
> colorful bruisings show up in photos? ;-)
> Funny enough, - I was also trying to shoot it (without much of advanced
> preparation) with K-5 IIs, and one of the lenses I tried was the same
> Tamron 70-300/4-5.6.
> Daniel J. Matyola Thu, 01 Feb 2018 18:19:47 -0800 wrote:
> I was just fooling around with the "Super Moon," and quite was surprised
> -- and somewhat pleased -- to see this rather unusual result:
> K-5 IIs, Tamron 75-300 1;4-5.6 TELEMACRO
> Comments are invited.
> Dan Matyola
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