Sunday, March 27, 2011

Nauset by Moonlight

During the "super" full moon last week, I made this image of Nauset Light. I was excited by the fog that was illuminated as the light turned. It made for a very interesting image.

The moon was bright enough to light the house while not washing out the stars. Combined with the fog, this lighting created a very dreamy effect.
I set my ISO to 800 with an aperture of f2.8 at 1.3 seconds.

The wind was blowing strong and carrying the fog away. Each shot was different, because the amount of fog kept changing. This was my favorite of about 30 images that I made. I am very grateful to my dad who waited patiently on a cold evening while I worked to make this image!

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