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    Facebook user: Jason Greashaber "5 Minutes to Midnight" - Sigma 150-500mm on Nikon D7000 - Castle Rock, CO (Shared by The Weather Channel)

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    "5 Minutes to Midnight" - Sigma 150-500mm on Nikon D7000 - Castle Rock, CO - My picture on Weather Channel Pinterest! © Jason Greashaber

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    Jason Greashaber • 3 years ago

    For those wondering, this was taken on a very stable tripod (sandbagged for additional stability), mirror lock-up mode was used and a remote release to eliminate even the slightest vibration.

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"Waxing Moon" - The waxing moon from the night of May 6th, 2011 shot with a Sigma 150-500mm lens at 500mm on a Nikon D300. Cropped for placement in frame, slightly sharpened and enhanced the dark edge of the moon for dramatic effect. © Jason Greashaber

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