Shooting into the moon, had to use an ND8 grad filter to hold back the brightness so I could get a good exposure on the foreground, it’s amazing how much light there is after dark when the moon is out :) shot with a Canon 5D

This freaky tree reminded me of the rabbit in Donnie Darko!

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Photography for me is an outlet, a way I can express myself through images rather than words. I look at the subjects I shoot from every possible angle that I can imagine and with the right light, the vision in my head becomes a reality. My passion for it began after high school and over the past several years it has become my release, my way of seeing from a different perspective..

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Comments

  • orchidrain
    orchidrainalmost 5 years ago

    very creative! Youve captured the lightness of night perfectly ;)

  • Thanks ;)

    – Alistair Wilson

  • Glenn Stephenson
    Glenn Stephensonalmost 5 years ago

    Yes…very much so. Great shot Al.

  • Cheers mate

    – Alistair Wilson

  • Lindsay Woolnough (Oram)
    Lindsay Woolno...almost 5 years ago

    awesome Alistair

  • Thanks Lindsay :)

    – Alistair Wilson

  • DaveBassett
    DaveBassettalmost 5 years ago

    Looks great Alistair – love the composition.
    The stars are really clear with just the beginnings of a trail. I guess your exposure time was only a few minutes.

  • Thanks mate, yeah think it was around only 80 seconds or so

    – Alistair Wilson

  • exposedbutloved
    exposedbutlovedalmost 5 years ago

    heheheh frank… scary guy that

  • Diana Forgione
    Diana Forgionealmost 5 years ago

    haha very cool

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