Hunter's Supermoon in Denver

October 27, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

As a Denver, Colorado Photographer, it's important that I capture natures beauty.  The Hunter's Supermoon of October 2016 was a beautiful capture!  It was also a great way to test my new ProMaster XC525 tripod.  

The last time I photographed the moon was during a lunar eclipse in the early 1990s on top of Red Rocks Amphitheatre.  I used film and had no idea what the results were going to look like.  Most of my prints looked like a darn flashlight in the dark.  I did something right this round!

I used a variety of camera settings to capture the six moons shown in the photo.

Camera Gear:  Nikon D7000 + NIkkor 18-200mm

Shutter Speed:  1/20
Aperture:  f/20
ISO:  100
Focal Length:  200mm

Shutter Speed:  1/125
Aperture:  f/11
ISO:  100
Focal Length:  200mm

Hunter's Supermoon in DenverHunter's Supermoon in DenverAs a Denver, Colorado Photographer, it's important that I capture natures beauty. The Hunter's Supermoon was a beautiful capture!

 


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