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It wasn't fair! We couldn't see it from New Zealand so I moved the moon into this shot I had prepared previously. Hope your week is going well.
PS. The bird is real :)
Explore 17 Oct 14 #355
Cloud cover prevented any chance of last night's lunar eclipse but tonight's moon-rising and clouds provided just the right amount of cover to make a beautiful scene.
Canon T3i, f/3.5, ISO 400, 6 sec, 10mm
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towards the end of the eclipse.. Nice being in the right place for once :)
Btw I got interviewed abit there about C L A Vv. if you care.
Trocadéro, Paris, France.
Une photo déjà postée, mais retravaillée sur photoshop. A voir sur fond noir, mais vraiment tout noir...
Un grand merci à Beboy pour son tutoriel de filigrane, et de façon générale pour les conseils qu'il donne bien volontiers sur sa page Facebook. Etant débutant sur photoshop, c'est très appréciable.
Si vous ne connaissez pas, allez voir sa galerie histoire d'en prendre plein les yeux : www.flickr.com/photos/beboy_photographies/
J'avoue avoir presque complètement copié. Il m'aurait été possible de faire autre chose, mais je le trouve vraiment parfait... Si toutefois ça pose problème, je suis bien évidemment prêt à le retirer.
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Se la dedico a la Madre Tierra y a su inseparable Satélite que la sigue a todas partes como una hija a su madre.
The recent Blood Moon eclipse over the Carquinez Bridge...
Sorry for my recent lack of activitiy on Flickr. Have been holding back on editing waiting for a LR update and my computer logic board recently failed. The two together = big backlock on workflow but hey, it's all just water under the bridge. :-)
BTW: If anyone is interested in a brand new never used Nikon D610, please contact me....
20 de Febrero 2008...
sip, un maravilloso momento... la compañía también se agradece.. el cigarro y las risas..
August 11, 1999. Zenit TTL + MTO 11 CA 1000mm, Konica VX 200.
One of my first photos ever I considered good enough to show off.
Since the recent eclipse looked like fun, I've decided to revisit the last one I have witnessed to date
(I couldn't see any of those that followed because of the weather).
I've had many adventures with this borrowed monster Soviet lens -- for example I saw 30 or more white-tailed eagles circling in the air together just for fun, right above me, a one in a lifetime thing -- but I had ran out of film. At least I could watch them and count them through a 1000 mm telescope.
ISO 100, F20, hand held external flash; clear water with patterned paper behind (wrapping from a Terry's Chocolate Orange!) The lighting is all wrong but best of the latest bunch - must give this more time over Christmas!
Lunar Eclipse tonight, with guest appearances by Saturn (blue top right) and Regulus, (bright star on left). It was gorgeous to see, and my pix don't do it justice. But, I just popped this off in the backyard to record the event for myself, and I'm sure folks with telescopes or longer lenses got a nicer shot...can't wait to see some. How beautiful our lovely moon is.
Eclipse December 21st 2010 I Use for this photos my sigma 50mm-500mm
Solar (partial) eclipse this morning.
I wanted to use my sunglasses and the car tint but it was too bright. Good thing I was able to get hold of two dark used films in the store where I went.
As soon as i got home I uploaded it and was putting my watermark. Accidentally I clicked the action I used for watermark on the sun. It turned out well.
Unfortunately, last night’s eclipse was itself eclipsed by heavy cloud cover. The moon would peek out for a few seconds every now and then but not long enough for me to get a good shot. Since I was feeling left out, I decided to revisit this series I made the last time I was able to witness the whole event. Those familiar with this image might have noticed the fancy new rounded corners that I added using Picnik (thanks Angie).
Another sequence of the lunar eclipse this week. Nikon 400mm lens and 1.7 teleconverter.
All that you love and all that you hate... but the sun is eclipsed by the moon.
Eclipse da Lua em 15.04.2014. Foto tirada às 06:00hs, da janela do quarto de minha filha, quando nos preparávamos para levá-la ao colégio.
Alors que je photographiais Magali et Azimut, ma lentille m'a permise d'apercevoir plus loin, la belle Éclipse qui observait ses amis travailler. Une pur-sang comme Azimut qui aurait bien aimé se joindre à eux ! :) Fallait la voir s'énerver et crier .. Pauvre amour.. :)
While I photographed Magali and Azimut, my lens allowed me to perceive farther, the beautiful Eclipse who observed her friends working. A real thoroughbread like Zim who would like to join them in the paddock ! :) We had to see her.. she was so excited and was crying .. Poor love.. :)
La oscuridad es absoluta justo en el momento en que la luna decide acompañar los bucles de la superficie del agua, hasta ese momento invisibles, formados por la acción del viento sureste, leve, pero insistente en su afán por mecer las acacias y el agua.
Según alcanza altura, la luna se refleja en el agua, que no espera recibir ese reflejo. De la misma forma que cuando una gota se suelta del rizo del lago, la luna no espera reflejarse en la gota.