Way cool . . .--January is National Oatmeal Month
Spectacular. Would love to be able to do something like this. Fortunately, I do get a great view of the rising moon from my backyard, but I would love to be able to shoot it like this.
I wonder what kind of lens they were using. I would love to do that...
According to his website he used a Canon 1D MkIV and a Canon 500mm lens with a 2X converter.
Nice find thank you for posting.--Just another day in Paradise
the old rule of thumb for fullframe n film cameras was that the sun or moon with a 2400 mm lens would fill the 24 mm dimension of a 24 x36 full frame.so a 1200 mm lens would fill half the frame. etc.sensors smaller than fullframe fill with smaller focal lengths.it.s a challenge to get both infinite far and near in focus. so expect to be using f22 f32 f45 f64 etc
Awesome find.Thank you.