Why only one?


Photo Information
An abstract rendition of a shot from monthly competition no 50 -link.
I enjoy pointing my camera at the sky and have quite a few moon shots. I also enjoy discovering how much I can squeeze out of my camera in body functions, in this case, interval composite mode. My first attempt, a bit on the soft side - either focusing issues or non favorable conditions, it's hard to tell the difference sometimes. Last June, another opportunity presented itself with a beautifully visible partial lunar eclipse and armed with a bit more experienced in calculating the time gaps, and even more will to experiment further I had another go. Still using interval composite mode to show the six instances of the moon a pop. Sadly, you can't set the in camera double exposure while at it (they have not accounted for curious people ). The foreground row had to be recomposed with final image in mind and I just fiddled with the zoom as individual snap where being taken. Blending of the two raws and artificial light leak where done in post. Both 'version's where taken with the same lens, but a different body. Original with the K3II, this with the K1.
20/02/2018 - 19:44Mag07
CategorySpecialist / Abstract
Shutter Speed1/500
Aperturef/8
LensN/A
ISO400
Focal Length300mm
Views/Likes20/0
TagsK1, 55-300mm, moon,
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