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10 minutes...

By jjmills  
Could be anywhere really but its another from my Loch Lomond trip.

Shot over 10 minutes, 1 minute between shots and overlaid...

Thanks for taking the time to look at my images. Please do leave constructive comments, need to hear both good and bad its the only way to improve. Dont forget if you like the image then please click.

Basic shot info:
▪ Focal Length: 300mm
▪ F-Number: F22
▪ ISO Speed Ratings: 100
▪ Exposure Time: 1/60sec

Tags: Time Moon Specialist and abstract Landscape and travel Humour and fun

Voters: Gecko, watchart, AlanBW and 6 more


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jjmills 15 153 Scotland
17 Apr 2007 11:02AM
Just marking the image for stats, if there are no comments it quickly falls of the edge...

20 views and zero comments doesn't show on my stats screen, I think the Ben is working on it, but it is way down the list.
AlanBW 15 20 England
17 Apr 2007 11:04AM
That's an amazing sequence and a stunning overall image, very well executed
jjmills 15 153 Scotland
17 Apr 2007 5:07PM
Thanks Alan...
helena 17 134 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2007 5:10PM
Simply WOW! A brilliant image regards Tara x
jjmills 15 153 Scotland
17 Apr 2007 5:19PM
Thanks Tara....
frads 14 7
18 Apr 2007 11:05AM
Hi there,

Great shot, really original.
Does the moon really move exactly one radius in 1 minute or have you used some trickery to get them to be lined up so well? How do you overlay images by the way, I presume in photoshop or the like. I am currently working in paint shop pro and would like to start having a go at combining images.
Thanks for the comments on my photos, much appreciated.

Cheers, Frads.
jjmills 15 153 Scotland
18 Apr 2007 12:14PM
Thanks frads,

I didn't do anything with the position or size just overlaid each image.

I too thought that it was amazing that at 300mm x 1.5 for the 7D, the Moon moved one diameter every minute.

Don't know it that is the case every time or not.

They are just layers by the way built up in PS.

Thanks
dougv 17 8.4k 3 England
14 May 2007 11:05PM
Glad you brought this to my attention.
The Moon is not in a perfectly circular orbit and it's size does vary as it moves towards and away from the Earth.
So you are fortunate to have caught it on just the right night.
Doug Smile
irweazel 15 167 England
15 May 2007 12:23AM
great idea love the shot

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