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Hamlin Lake Off Pontoon Boat (0930)
Hamlin Lake Off Pontoon Boat (0930)
Hamlin Lake Off Pontoon Boat
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Grand Island Ice Caves (2984)
Grand Island Ice Caves (2984)
Grand Island Ice Caves
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Blood Moon
Blood Moon
Blood Moon
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Marvelous Moon - Black and White
Marvelous Moon - Black and White
The moon is an extremely difficult subject to photograph. If you set your exposure according to the camera meter, then you get some detail in the night sky and foreground, but the moon is a solid white circle with no detail. If you underexpose by three or four stops, then you get the "cheese" of the moon, but no detail in the sky or foreground. The moon also moves so quickly that it requires a relatively fast shutter speed. When it's dark outside, the only way to get a fast shutter speed is to raise your ISO or film speed. However, high film speeds are grainy or noisy. The choice is yours.
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Super Moon
Super Moon
Super Moon
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Super Blood Moon
Super Blood Moon
Super Blood Moon
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Brad Reed\'s Day 67 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 67 of 366
Nikon D850. F6.3 at 1/800, ISO 400. 60-600mm lens at 600mm. March 7, 2020 at 9:44pm.
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Lunar Eclipse
Lunar Eclipse
Lunar Eclipse
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Rachel\'s Day 86 of 366 - March 26, 2020
Rachel's Day 86 of 366 - March 26, 2020
Nikon D810. F16.0 at 1/8000, ISO 800. 85.0mm lens at 85.0mm. March 26, 2020 at 6:27pm.
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Crescent Moon
Crescent Moon
Early this morning we met our advanced photography workshop students at the McDonald's parking lot in order to carpool to our first shooting location in Pentwater. I couldn't resist getting my 600mm lens out of my truck and laying down in the parking lot to shoot the crescent moon before we headed out. F5.6 at 1/13, ISO 100, 600mm lens at 840mm
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Venus Solar Transit
Venus Solar Transit
My son Brad and I teamed up to make this last-time-in-our-lifetimes image of the planet Venus crossing in front of the sun. It will be another 108 years before another Venus solar transit. Brad and I shot this photograph at Big Sable Lighthouse at 9:18 p.m. as the sun dropped toward Lake Michigan six minutes prior to sunset. What a phenomenal way to cap off Week 23 of "Tuesdays with Todd and Brad Reed: A Michigan Tribute." F22 at 1/8000, ISO 100, 500mm lens at 700mm
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Werewolf Moon
Werewolf Moon
I am not a big fan of scary movies, but it occurs to me as the moon rises past an ominous-looking cloud that this would be a perfect shot of the moon to use in a horror show. F4 at 1/160, ISO 800, 500mm lens at 500mm
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Brad’s Day 264 of 366 - September 20, 2020
Nikon D850. F6.3 at 0.4 seconds, ISO 200. 60-600mm lens at 600mm. September 20, 2020 at 8:34pm.
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Moon Glow
Moon Glow
As the sun was getting ready to set over Lake Michigan tonight, I turned to the southeast and noticed the giant moon in the blue sky overhead. Luckily, I already had my giant 600mm F4 lens out and on the tripod. I pulled the 1.4 extender out of my bag and attached it between my camera body and the end of my lens to help zoom in on the vibrant moon even more. F5.6 at 1/1000, ISO 400, 600mm lens at 840mm
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Dark Moon Setting
Dark Moon Setting
It almost looks to me like a bat is flying in front of the moon as I make this photograph of the full moon setting through a cloud. It is more than an hour before sunrise but already I have found my first picture of Week 48 of "Tuesdays with Todd and Brad Reed: A Michigan Tribute." F4 at 1/500, ISO 3200, 500mm lens at 750mm
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Moon Over Mesick
Moon Over Mesick
My dad started out the day early this morning photographing the moon setting into Lake Michigan. It was fitting that I would end Week 48 of the Tuesdays Project by photographing the moon rising over some pine trees at Thundering Aspens Sportsman Club near Mesick, Michigan. F4 at 1/500, ISO 1600, 600mm lens at 600mm
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