art prints - Moon Power

Tags: art prints, art prints, long exposure, moon, stars, sky, power line

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Pete Mayo
  • Minted Jan 18, 2017
  • 49 Comments made
  • 165 Votes cast

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comments from Peter:

This shot was taken during a happy accident. I set up the camera for time lapse to capture star trails, but as the shot went on, the lens became very foggy and the moon crept into the picture, overpowering the shot. I really like the result I found the next morning :)

tags:

art prints, art prints, long exposure, moon, stars, sky, power line

colors shown:

blue, purple

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None

design inspired by:

Rectangular Non-Personalizable Art Print

submitted on:

Jan 25 2017

Edited on:

Jan 29 2017

average score:

1.94

comments:

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art prints - Moon Power by Pete Mayo

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Pete Mayo on Jan 29, 2017 at 12:02am
Pete Mayo
  • Minted Jan 18, 2017
  • 49 Comments made
  • 165 Votes cast

Thank you everyone, I went with a combination of both images, trying to keep the gradients clean but enough purples and detail.

Version 3 - submitted on Jan 29 2017 - no comments

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Pete Mayo on Jan 25, 2017 at 6:51pm
Pete Mayo
  • Minted Jan 18, 2017
  • 49 Comments made
  • 165 Votes cast

I loved finding this happy accident, it happened right in the middle of a star trail time lapse I had set up. The Moon snuck in and the lens became foggy with dew, the result was surreal, lots of blue's and purples during the long exposure, It almost looks like a water color to me :). Option A is closest to out of camera, with some raw tweaks to shadows and black levels, Option B is processed to bring out the structure and texture. Does anyone else like the result? Any tweaks you would make? All comments welcome.

Courtney Crane on Jan 26, 2017 at 4:03am
Courtney Crane
  • Minted Dec 12, 2014
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I like the softer glare in B.

Kamala Nahas on Jan 26, 2017 at 7:19am
Kamala Nahas
  • Minted Oct 30, 2011
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A. B looks a little overworked.

Robert Deem on Jan 26, 2017 at 11:33am
Robert Deem
  • Minted Feb 3, 2016
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I prefer Option A because it's softer through the gradients

Version 1 - submitted on Jan 25 2017 - no comments