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Full Moon Photograph - Full Moon Behind The Trees by Angela A Stanton

Full Moon Behind The Trees is a photograph by Angela A Stanton which was uploaded on March 4th, 2013.

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Wonderfully simple and emotional composition. Excellent. v/f

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Beautiful !!!

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Drinka!

Very nice and creative shot, Angela. Thanks for visit my gallery and for your nice comments! Appreciate it!

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Ivete!

Awesome shot. Wonderful composition. voted and fav.

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thank Usha!

Angela, Thanks for posting that comment about the 99% moon! I see, you have the Canon 5D! They have such good sensor's with that CMOS sensor, and the remote release.. great shot! I'm glad you really know how to "set up a shot!" It nice to know YOU really do know your trade! Thanks for the reply, and telling me on "MY" picture that you had made a reply.. I always forget to go back to the person's photo and read their response! Have a wonderful weekend Angela!

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Kym! Sam to you! :)

Angela, How did you do this? I think it's so funny you call it the 99 percent full moon! My friend would love that you titled it. He is a sailor, and lives by the tides, so he would appreciate that you knew it wasn't 100 percent full... This made me laugh to myself.. But, besides all that, this is a gorgeous shot! IT's hard to get these kind of captures... FV

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Kym. :) Yes, I agree! It is odd to be 99% but I checked the full moon schedule and indeed that night over my head it was 99%--whatever that means for real. As for how I did it: I have a 2-story house and great view toward the mountains from the 2nd floor where the moon rises through the fall season but the moon moves toward the south over the winter and it comes up between tree branches--this was February moon shot this year. I have now a very strong light sensitive camera (Canon 5D Mark III) that needs very little light to get great focus. I have many shots of the moon being in focus (as do many people so it is of little interest) hence I wanted something different. I had the camera on a tripod and I used a remote release and set it manually (I am a photographer in my full time life as well so it is not hard for me to set it right) for a long enough exposure to not get the motion of the moon much and keep the trees in focus and clear. :)

Great shot. Voted.

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Jennifer!

Grate image!!!V

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Isaac!

very nice! I like how you have managed to keep the branches in focus. v

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Joan!

Wonderful and amazing capture!!! Great Job! v. Marcie

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Tap On Photo!

Very nice picture ! v

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Geeta!

Very beautiful capture. The silhouettes really make this. v

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Anne!

Angela, this is mysterious, haunting and beautiful. Love it! F/V

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Randy!

Beautiful!!!

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Aimee!

Nice capture!

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Norma!

very niice! v

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Joan!

lovely voted

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Pamela!

Fantastic capture! Vf

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Kume!

Beautiful Angela! (v)

Angela A Stanton replied:

Thanks Jon!

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