Photographers from around the world captured the closest "supermoon" of 2014 in gorgeous, dramatic images.
Image: Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounio, Greece. Photo: Nicolas Koutsokostas/Demotix/Corbis.
Some Thoughts About Photography. Volume 49.
I found this picture some days ago, that caught my eye. There are several days on tumblr in the year when we see lots of pictures from the moon.
I can recommend the article behind the link. I wasn’t really aware of the fact that there are several days in the year the moon appears bigger than on other days. Quite impressive pictures are possible then. Fortunately this happens, so the article says, 4 up to 6 time a year.
So why not try such a shot. For this year it seems to be over, I fear.
But anyway, in case you are interested, just take a look at artnet’s website. Beautiful sceneries. Recommendable: Shoot in the twilight. You already can see it on the picture above. The blue hour is fine for that. The minutes after sunset. Takes 15 minutes approximately. One of the best times for photography. Not only if the moon is so big. You can do that every day. Even if it’s a bit cloudy.
Cheers, until next week