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All exposured used long exposure noise reduction. The moon reduced overall contrast in the sky, but as compensation it delivered detail in the landscape.
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@56mm: Lone Pine Peak over sagebrush desert, to southeast
Manual focus was used here in 100% magnified Live View—Fujifilm GFX100 autofocus was useless in the dim light, failing no matter where I tried to focus. I found it difficult to focus at f/4 with a heavy overlay of noise, so I had to shoot at f/8 to be sure of getting across the frame sharpness.
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