The weather hasn’t been particularly cooperative over the past few days (New England – go figure…lol), but you’d never know it by how many pictures I’ve taken of the moon! Between the 26th and the 28th, I have somewhere north of one hundred pictures (and those are just the ones I didn’t delete immediately, because they were blurry). While it’s definitely more challenging getting shots when the sky is overcast, I have to say it also gives almost every photo a unique look.
For the technical stuff – as always, I used my trusty Nikon COOLPIX P610 and handy dandy tripod (Amazon affiliate links – thanks for the pennies if you click through and order something…LOL). I used the Auto Mode setting, and the differences in color and such are due to changes in zoom and exposure. I typically bounce the exposure bias around between 0 and -2 step. Then I reduced the pictures by 20% or 25%. If necessary, I crop a bit, et voilà – they’re ready to upload to my blog!
Hope you enjoy!
June 26th, around 9pm
Evening of June 27th until after midnight on the 28th (officially full at 12:53am my time)
June 28th, around 11pm
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