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This experiment was taken just as the moon appeared on the horizon, late in the evening just before the sun set.

This is 5 different timed exposures all at the same f/stop. It shows a neat cylindrical effect of the moon…It was kind of hard to stop my camera from shaking at this extended distance of 300mm. I thought the effects were quite interesting…What do you think?

Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi. f stop:F/5.59
exposure:100/1499 sec.shutter speed (tv):3.9

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A self taught amateur photographer who resides in beautiful Winnipeg, Manitoba, which is a prairie city in the center of Canada. My dear wife Marg and I have been married for 52 years, and we have 2 married daughters and 3 grandchildren to share our busy lives.I love to read, practice photography, spend time with my family, play around on the computer, and volunteer a lot of my time at our local Nature Center, where I serve as an interpreter for kids programs.

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Comments

  • Al Bourassa
    Al Bourassaabout 5 years ago

    Very interesting indeed.

  • I appreciate your comments Al

    – Larry Trupp

  • Virginia N. Fred
    Virginia N. Fredabout 5 years ago

    Fantastic image Larry

  • Thanks Virginia, much appreciated

    – Larry Trupp

  • whisperjo
    whisperjoabout 5 years ago

    Thats different Larry! So what did you do… did you combined the 5 exposures? I realy like it!

  • Thanks for your comments Anne-Marie, I combined all 5 exposures when I imported the images in to my photomatix Pro program

    – Larry Trupp

  • Sunflwrconcepts
    Sunflwrconceptsabout 5 years ago

    Great artwork.

  • Thanks for your comments here Sunflwr, much appreciated indeed

    – Larry Trupp

  • georgieboy98
    georgieboy98about 5 years ago

    A fascinating experiment Larry and the rings add a sense of movement to the moon, like it is hurtling through space like a meteor! How much time did you give between shots? Great piece of work indeed. Peter

  • I appreciate your comments Peter, the images were all taken in RAW at 100 ISO, all @ the same constant F/stop, and then I took 5 exposures 2,1,0, -1,-2 all on manual, then I imported all five images into my photomatix Pro program (costs about $90.00) American…then it was slightly tweaked using Photoshop…If you would like more details I can send that to you in a bubblemail …Just let me know Ok…Larry

    – Larry Trupp

  • Angelsmurf
    Angelsmurfabout 5 years ago

    Interesting concept Larry !!

  • Thanks Ruth

    – Larry Trupp

  • Carol Clifford
    Carol Cliffordabout 5 years ago

    This is an amazing photo, Larry. I like it very much.

  • Thanks Carol, so nice to hear from you again, I appreciate your comments

    – Larry Trupp

  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixonabout 5 years ago

    Larry this is an amazing work, well done, hugs Ann xxx

  • Much appreciated Ann

    – Larry Trupp

  • sundawg7
    sundawg7about 5 years ago

    Very unique Larry, and ingenious. Good going. Best wishes, Ron

  • Much appreciated Ron.

    – Larry Trupp

  • seductress
    seductressabout 5 years ago

    Very cool!

  • Thanks fore the fav, and your comments, much appreciated

    – Larry Trupp

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