Full moon on 4th line


A simple 2 image composite. One for the field, trees and barn and one for the detail of the moon itself.

Things I learned! The moon rises quickly and any hesitation can make the difference between getting the scale you see and conveying that or having a glowing ball much like my shot here. Also, wide angle, OUT if you really want to convey the moons scale on the horizon along with some distance between yourself and the foreground object you’re using.

Time to look into resources dealing with moon rise, location and times. This exercise is fun in the end.

F-shown for the exposure shot of the moon itself.

Camera :Nikon D200
Lens :Nikon 28-105 mm Macro AF f/3.5-4.5 D
Shutter Speed :1/20
ISO :100
f-Stop :14
Strobes :Array
Location :Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada
Conditions :Clear
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