I saw the moon being partially hidden by the clouds and wanted to try and capture them. I think the lens cap of the Canon might have been swinging in the breeze and may have caused some camera shake. Since this I’ve taken to holding that in my hand when using the tripod.
I don’t have a theme for this week. I took this shot of the moon lighting up some clouds at night. It kind of reminds me of those pictures we see of other galaxies out in space.
Supermoon! That’s what was happening today, the moon would be the closest it’s been in twenty years. So what did I do? Fell asleep around 5 and missed the moon rise. I was up at 7:30 though so I went outside with my newly acquired tripod and set to try and shoot the moon. The moon is not that easy to photograph, it’s usually dark outside so the camera wants to set up the exposure for night, but then the moon becomes too bright, so you need to be in manual to get the details of the moon. This was taken with my Vivitar 70-210 lens. By the time of the next supermoon, I plan to have something with a longer focal length.