I have been messing around again and this is another shot in my moon series.
This is the granite causeway leading to St. Michaels Mount Castle at Marazion near Penzance in Cornwall. I converted the shot into sepia in Photoshop Elements 7 from a RAW file – Originally it was showing the low early afternoon sunlight which was picking out the hardness of the granite rock and shadows. But me being me I wanted to take it a stage further, I got rid of the sun and added the full moon and I think it is still a great silhouette.
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St. Michaels Mount Castle and the granite causeway were shot at;
NIKON D60 DSLR
Exposure time 1/160 sec
ISO speed 100
Exposure bias -1.3 step
Focal length 18 mm on an 18 – 55 mm Nikon lens.
And the moon which is my own photo, I shot it at;
NIKON D60 DSLR
Exposure time 1/800 sec
ISO speed 1600
Focal length 300 mm on a 70 – 300 mm Tamron lens.
Shot in RAW and converted to Jpeg in Photoshop Elements 7 and combined the two shots to make the one.
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