Just a low resolution, average picture of IO, Ganymede coming out behind Jupiter, and Europa
19 1 54 minutes ago
Anyone that knows me, knows that I’ve waited a long time for this shot! I’ve sat out for hours trying to find that perfect line up of an airplane over the moon. Last night I was focused on Jupiter and Saturn, unprepared, I quickly changed my settings and got my dream shot!
25 2 58 minutes ago
First time trying to see Saturn through my 600mm! I didn’t think you’d be able to see the rings!
Reposted from @worldphotographer_zone -
- Ever feel like you have a never ending list of things to do and the only thing that feels right is setting off on an adventure? That's definitely my usual plan of attack when things feel like a bit too much, just venture off and paddle on to something more peaceful! Thankfully this weekend has been pretty nice and relaxing and I'm just enjoying the ride.
This is our moon that I clicked with my phone's camera.
Yes, even you can click this type of picture without need of a special camera.
All you have to do is decrease the ISO and shutter speed to levels required.
In my case, it was ISO 50 and Shutter speed 1/50 s.
Though, I have done some basic editing to highlight the regions of crators of moon. But its more or less the same and point is that we can click our far away neighbours with our phone's camera.
Give it a try yourself.
It's always fun chasing after sunsets, sometimes you get the right shot, other times you miss it, but after the sun sets, that's when you get the epic shot!
📸 @canonusa EOS 7D @canonusa EF 28-135mm ultrasonic f/3.5 IS
Exposure: 1/400 s