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  • Jayne
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    MrEyebrows... lol!

    You know it's a moon hole if instead of seeing a single flash from your camera, you see several flashes surrounding the hole. This is known as an Einstein Cross:

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  • rubberduckey273
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    i read this thread last night at 1 in the morning, slightly drunk, before bed. i thought i was hallucinating, and then when i woke up this morning, i thought it had been a dream.

    i'm so glad it was real hahaha. good laugh guys.

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  • rcarichter
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    The only 3 people to ever photograph this phenomenon have never been seen again...

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  • sammer021486
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    Originally posted by Kita View Post
    I take it you have come across more idiots claiming they have a "true moonglow" if your making such a thread.

    . . . . that gives me an idea
    To the Lab!!!

    Sorry couldn't pass it up, felt like a flash back moment of Yzma telling Kronk they should head to the lab

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  • Kita
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    I take it you have come across more idiots claiming they have a "true moonglow" if your making such a thread.

    . . . . that gives me an idea

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  • 312Herps
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    you should shove a big prism in your moonhole and see if that refracts the correct light

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  • Kita
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    I get my best color results by photographing outside in sunlight.

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  • MistyC
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    I had a moon hole gecko once, and I also had a sun hole gecko too.

    I was curious, so I paired them together but all they produced was this strange brown streaked gecko, and I decided not to sell them because the name for the offspring didn't sound all that marketable.

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  • Dobeyxxl
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    Use angels and zoom in if you have to. Experiment with lighting to get the shadows just right. Plain old head on flash photography wont work, may need a little photo shop work to try and capture what you see accurately.

    Darks can be a pain, I really enjoyed the comments in this thread, lol.

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  • crestedkeeper
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    Ummmm, Try multiple cameras on continuous mode with a strobe light on in a room of nothing but mirrors inside a huge lightbox....I think that might work!

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  • ReptileChick
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    That...that was funny

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  • MrEyebrows
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    I would get kinda scared if someone asked me to take pictures of their moon hole....

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  • pookiebuttons
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    I have a gecko that glows in the dark. As bright as the moon. It's pretty spiffy.

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  • StellarAwesome
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    I don't do anything in front of him We had to move him into the garage because he makes it so cold.

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  • peublan
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    It means you need to leave the room before doing certain things, being exposed to that is frying his little brain!

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