July 2014 Super Moon

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splitsecond Forum Member • Posts: 81
July 2014 Super Moon
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Tonight is another Super Moon of this year, was waited to make this shot happen, felt very lucky. Used Canon 300mm 2.8 + 2x, mounted on Sony A7 body with Metabones III, f5.6, 1/400, iso400.

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qianp2k Forum Pro • Posts: 10,350
Re: July 2014 Super Moon

Wow, the airplane makes a huge contribution, great capture!

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Superglue Regular Member • Posts: 271
Re: July 2014 Super Moon

That is a great shot and I agree the plane males it so much cooler.  Well done

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azhkr New Member • Posts: 2
Re: July 2014 Super Moon

Awesome, crisp, plane makes the picture.

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Re: July 2014 Super Moon

Very nice! I like the jet wash (engine exhaust) as it makes a great effect.

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Very cool combo, that plane and the Super Moon (NT)
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fzrTom Senior Member • Posts: 1,776
Re: July 2014 Super Moon

W5JCK wrote:

Very nice! I like the jet wash (engine exhaust) as it makes a great effect.

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Same here, very good job !

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Euell Senior Member • Posts: 1,804
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splitsecond wrote:

Tonight is another Super Moon of this year, was waited to make this shot happen, felt very lucky. Used Canon 300mm 2.8 + 2x, mounted on Sony A7 body with Metabones III, f5.6, 1/400, iso400.

Hate to be skeptical, but the image of the plane appears to be superimposed on the image of the moon.  Nice anyhow.

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vwxyz Forum Member • Posts: 80
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Euell wrote:

splitsecond wrote:

Tonight is another Super Moon of this year, was waited to make this shot happen, felt very lucky. Used Canon 300mm 2.8 + 2x, mounted on Sony A7 body with Metabones III, f5.6, 1/400, iso400.

Hate to be skeptical, but the image of the plane appears to be superimposed on the image of the moon. Nice anyhow.

There always one negative person that just can't resist.

Amazing picture!

Euell Senior Member • Posts: 1,804
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vwxyz wrote:

Euell wrote:

splitsecond wrote:

Tonight is another Super Moon of this year, was waited to make this shot happen, felt very lucky. Used Canon 300mm 2.8 + 2x, mounted on Sony A7 body with Metabones III, f5.6, 1/400, iso400.

Hate to be skeptical, but the image of the plane appears to be superimposed on the image of the moon. Nice anyhow.

There always one negative person that just can't resist.

Amazing picture!

It's rather obviously a composite, albeit an interesting one. There is no exif data included, but to get an airplane at that focal length without motion blur would obviously take a very fast exposure. Doubtful 1/400 would do it. Let the OP respond.

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ace and jocelyne Regular Member • Posts: 136
Re: July 2014 Super Moon

vwxyz wrote:

Euell wrote:

splitsecond wrote:

Tonight is another Super Moon of this year, was waited to make this shot happen, felt very lucky. Used Canon 300mm 2.8 + 2x, mounted on Sony A7 body with Metabones III, f5.6, 1/400, iso400.

Hate to be skeptical, but the image of the plane appears to be superimposed on the image of the moon. Nice anyhow.

There always one negative person that just can't resist.

Amazing picture!

It's rather obviously a composite, albeit an interesting one. There is no exif data included, but to get an airplane at that focal length without motion blur would obviously take a very fast exposure. Doubtful 1/400 would do it. Let the OP respond.

How would you explain the engine exhaust then? I doubt any post production pro could replicate that.

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Re: July 2014 Super Moon

vwxyz wrote:

Euell wrote:

splitsecond wrote:

Tonight is another Super Moon of this year, was waited to make this shot happen, felt very lucky. Used Canon 300mm 2.8 + 2x, mounted on Sony A7 body with Metabones III, f5.6, 1/400, iso400.

Hate to be skeptical, but the image of the plane appears to be superimposed on the image of the moon. Nice anyhow.

There always one negative person that just can't resist.

Amazing picture!

It's rather obviously a composite, albeit an interesting one. There is no exif data included, but to get an airplane at that focal length without motion blur would obviously take a very fast exposure. Doubtful 1/400 would do it. Let the OP respond.

How would you explain the engine exhaust then? I doubt any post production pro could replicate that.

I think it's doable at 1/400th second but pitiable even faster shutter speed was used.

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Euell Senior Member • Posts: 1,804
Re: July 2014 Super Moon

PVCdroid wrote:

vwxyz wrote:

Euell wrote:

splitsecond wrote:

Tonight is another Super Moon of this year, was waited to make this shot happen, felt very lucky. Used Canon 300mm 2.8 + 2x, mounted on Sony A7 body with Metabones III, f5.6, 1/400, iso400.

Hate to be skeptical, but the image of the plane appears to be superimposed on the image of the moon. Nice anyhow.

There always one negative person that just can't resist.

Amazing picture!

It's rather obviously a composite, albeit an interesting one. There is no exif data included, but to get an airplane at that focal length without motion blur would obviously take a very fast exposure. Doubtful 1/400 would do it. Let the OP respond.

How would you explain the engine exhaust then? I doubt any post production pro could replicate that.

I think it's doable at 1/400th second but pitiable even faster shutter speed was used.

The OP says his his FL is effective 600mm and his shutter speed is 1/400. He'd have to be on a tripod obviously for the moon shot and, having shot at that focal length, I just can't believe he could freeze a plane's motion, even at a distance using that shutter speed and focal length. Let's take a look at the full exif data if he will provide it. In addition, even at 600mm, the moon is almost certainly cropped.  Why is the OP silent?

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splitsecond OP Forum Member • Posts: 81
Re: July 2014 Super Moon

Here is the image with all EXIF, I shot three images at one burst, this the second one with better composition.

joe6pack Senior Member • Posts: 1,568
Re: July 2014 Super Moon

Looks excellent! I was hoping to do a time-lapse but there are just too many cloud last night.

Luckily, the next 2 full moons are also super moon.

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Another Super Moon

Not nearly as dramatic . . .

Jack

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aerosol Regular Member • Posts: 174
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splitsecond, just WOW!!!

Thanks for shearing!!!

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Euell Senior Member • Posts: 1,804
Re: July 2014 Super Moon

splitsecond wrote:

Here is the image with all EXIF, I shot three images at one burst, this the second one with better composition.

Thanks.  I can only tell that it was processed in PS and cropped.  Below doesn't look as good, but is a genuine superimposed silhouette.

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