Tonight was a little unexpected event, a lunar eclipse! Luckily for me that Sydney weather has had some clear skies and that it’s warming up, had a clear view of the lunar eclipse and I couldn’t resist taking a photo or two.
This was the only decent one that turned out as I really don’t have the proper equipment for long exposure photography like this. Though I’m still surprised at how this one turned out. If I had awesome skills at Photoshop, I’d fix it up a bit more, but alas I don’t.
One of the failure shots, but I’ll post it anyway. Though it still looks good in a sense. Shows that the Earth is moving! There is one thing I hope to try one day, a photograph that Kohei from Tsukuyomi Moonphase did with Hazuki. For those who have watched Tsukuyomi Moonphase should know what I’m talking about but if not, then here is the picture.
The effect is that the subject is standing still, and with a VERY LOOOOOOOOONG exposure, you can capture the stars moving. Although I know it’s impossible to get something like this done, but I want to try something similar. One day I will, one day…..