Lunar Eclipse of the Full Moon (Part 3): Nearly Out of the Shadow
Yesterday I spent about 2 hours on the balcony shooting the total lunar eclipse of the full moon. My "battle equipment" was: Cullmann tripod (the big one), my trusty Canon EOS 450D, the 75-300mm lens and the infrared remote control. I shot 60 photos, mostly with a 4 seconds exposure. I managed to brighten up the photos with a few details, too.
Here, the moon was already behind some branches of the big birch tree in our back yard. The tree leaves were bathing in the light of the street lamp, which made the lovely golden bokeh around the moon.
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