|Super Moon, New Mexico style|
Until then I'll have to practice some astro-landscape and conventional (read daylight!) images. New Mexico has a never-ending supply of clouds, lightning, mountains, deserts, wonderful people and other interesting things so I'll have plenty to do.
The above is a composite of 3 images. Dynamic range is just too dang large. Waited too long to
I'm sad for the posterization but that'll teach me to get proper exposures next time. I wanted to avoid the "pasted-in" moon look and feel OK with how it came out. It was a remarkable full moon in person and it kind of captures the feel.
By the way ... the brightly light golden building is the Sandia casino. It's going to be a feature from any pictures taken from my patio ... guess we'll have to get used to it.
New Mexico Super Moon
Taken in Corrales New Mexico, July 14, 2014
Canon T2i (stock), Canon 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM @ f/4.5Composite: 1/100, 1/25, 2sec exposures @ISO400
Raw images mangled in PS5 and Lightroom
Image Capture with Sequence Generator Pro