Thursday, October 1, 2015
On September 27th I decided to set up my gear on my pool deck and wait for an opportunity to get a photo or two of the eclipse of the Supermoon. Our town, Safety Harbor on Florida's west coast was socked in by clouds. The Moon was nowhere to be seen. But patience yielded just a two minute window between 8:20 and 8:22 PM when the clouds cleared a bit. I took just four images between 7:30 and 10:30 PM. The airplane crossing in front of the Moon was in only one of those photos. The only manipulation that I did with this photo was to crop the image into a square format as well as some global sharpening.
This photo generated more than 1200 Likes on Facebook and over 100 on Google+. The photo was shared countless times. And, it continues to generate feedback. It is so nice when a plan comes together!
Camera: Nikon D750, Lens: Nikon 200-400mm f4.0 on an Induro tripod with a Wimberly II gimble head.