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Aug 11, 2022 16:20 |  #8086

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Aug 12, 2022 04:50 |  #8087

Sheer Lunacy...

When I was stuck in traffic with 16km to go to my spot at 4:45PM, I was beginning to think I was heading on a fools errand. Time as marching on, I had a long way to go and the street was a parking lot... However, I got there in the end and had a whole 5 minutes once I was in location before the moon came up.

I had referenced the Photographers Ephemeris application to find out where I should be located to get the moon to rise beside the city's tallest building, Sky Tower.

I took my trusty Canon EOS R5, with the Sigma 60-600. On wide shots I used the camera full frame, but for close-ups of the moon I switched to 1.6 crop mode, giving me up to 960mm Equivalent Field of Capture.

So, here are some results, all shot from a monopod

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Aug 12, 2022 08:31 |  #8088

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Aug 12, 2022 08:37 |  #8089

Both with the RF 100mm macro L


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Aug 12, 2022 08:49 |  #8090

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Wow, the contrasting blue and orange/reds really make this pop. Makes me curious what the evolutionary advantage is to having such a brightly colored head in that type of environment.


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Aug 12, 2022 08:55 |  #8091

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Aug 12, 2022 14:42 |  #8092

A young white tailed deer walking along the river.

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Aug 12, 2022 14:50 |  #8093

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Aug 13, 2022 02:35 |  #8094

On the way home from work I spotted a single Mississippi Kite. It was staying high so I had to add the 1.4 TC and it helped; but still major crops.


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Aug 13, 2022 02:55 |  #8095

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Aug 13, 2022 04:35 as a reply to  @ mannetti21's post |  #8096

Thanks for the comments and the question. The answer- In certain areas and conditions the seals are hunting for crustaceans in sediment that is rich in iron sulphides, mostly on their head and flippers. This 5hen oxidises to form iron oxides on the hair shafts. Here is another seal we saw in the same area of northwestern Svalbard, and then one without the colour seen in Eastern Svalbard


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Aug 13, 2022 09:25 |  #8098

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Aug 13, 2022 15:55 |  #8099

Common Merganser at the lead in a swimming competition.

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Aug 13, 2022 17:54 |  #8100

Tronhard wrote in post #19414727 (external link)
Sheer Lunacy...

When I was stuck in traffic with 16km to go to my spot at 4:45PM, I was beginning to think I was heading on a fools errand. Time as marching on, I had a long way to go and the street was a parking lot... However, I got there in the end and had a whole 5 minutes once I was in location before the moon came up.

I had referenced the Photographers Ephemeris application to find out where I should be located to get the moon to rise beside the city's tallest building, Sky Tower.

I took my trusty Canon EOS R5, with the Sigma 60-600. On wide shots I used the camera full frame, but for close-ups of the moon I switched to 1.6 crop mode, giving me up to 960mm Equivalent Field of Capture.

So, here are some results, all shot from a monopod



I kept on coming back to these photos and wondered how the scene might have looked if you had taken separate shots exposed for the Sky Tower and the Moon, to then blend them together.

Well, I hope you don't mind this incursion, my curiosity got the better of me so I found a full Moon shot I hade previously taken and using PS CC, made a composite to tame the huge difference in dynamic range.:-)

I'm not sure how the Moon's orientation might vary between Auckland or Brisbane?

Cheers

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