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Moonrise Behind Trial Islands Lighthouse
This is a composite of two photos. The foreground image was taken at 9:39pm, the second was taken at 22:08pm (moon rise was at 22:04). The first image was f8 for 4 seconds.
John Harvey Photo > Moonrise Behind Trial Islands Lighthouse

Moonrise Over Trial Islands Lighthouse
There are a whole bunch of things wrong with how I took this. Exposure was every 2 seconds and this is 100 frames long (3 minutes, 20 seconds). Exposure was f 5.6, 1/320th of a second at ISO 400 which was about 3 stops too faint. The f5.6 was dictated by the long lens setup and the 1/320th of a second was to reduce motion blur.

The biggest problem was the tripod. It was quite windy out (you can see the flag flapping) so the camera was actually blowing quite a bit. All of these frames were aligned by hand from the silhouettes of the house and lighthouse. I have more frames of the moon rising into the night sky, but I can't align them because I have no fixed part of the frame. It was so dark that even fully ramped up, I can't see the light house building.

I was surprised how much the moon is distorted - it isn't round and the face is blurred by changes in air density. I can understand why people usually take pictures of churches in the mountains rather than lighthouses on the horizon.
John Harvey Photo > Moonrise Over Trial Islands Lighthouse

Olympic Village Sunset And Moon Rise
This is the fill images shot at 28mm.
Photography for this sequence started at 6:59pm and lasted 929 frames (roughly every 8 seconds) until 9:02pm. As the sun fell, the exposure the moon became over exposed.

Exposure started at f22, 1/400th of a second, ISO 400 (under exposed by 2 stops)
Exposure ended at f5.6, 1.3 seconds, ISO 400 (under exposed by 2 stops)

In post, I brighten the image, but keep the whites and highlights down. If you expose correctly, you generally get blown out skies and highlights.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2021 to 2005 > April 2020 > Olympic Village Sunset And Moon Rise

Moonrise Over Olympic Village
This is a pretty tight crop out of images shot at 28mm.
Photography for this sequence started at 7:42pm and lasted 242 frames (roughly every 8 seconds) until 8:14pm. As the sun fell, the exposure the moon became over exposed.
Exposure started at f8, 1/400th of a second, ISO 400 (under exposed by 2 stops)
Exposure ended at f7.1, 1/13th of second, ISO 400 (under exposed by 2 stops)

John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2021 to 2005 > April 2020 > Moonrise Over Olympic Village

Moonrise On Sunshine Coast
675 images, taken 10 seconds apart. First photo was 6:59pm, Last photo was at 8:51pm. This sequence had a LOT of problems with flickering. I used LRTimelapse to clean up the exposure and then used the three frame blend trick and I still had flickering.
John Harvey Photo > John's Overnight Page > Sunshine Coast 2 > Moonrise On Sunshine Coast

Moon Lantern And Lit Building
Moon Lantern And Lit Building
Tags: art, building, moon

John Harvey Photo > February 2009 > Moon Lantern And Lit Building

Sun Building
Sun Building

Moon Gate Lit Up
Moon Gate Lit Up
People: Claira, Nara

John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2021 to 2005 > February 2017 > Moon Gate Lit Up

Moon Lantern At The Start Of The Parade
This lantern has candles inside! It leads the parade which can be a bit tricky with low hanging branches.
John Harvey Photo > Blogs for 2021 to 2005 > September 2015 > Moon Lantern At The Start Of The Parade

Moon Lit Bay
Moon Lit Bay
Tags: moon

John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Granite Falls > Moon Lit Bay

Moon Over Mountains
Moon Over Mountains
Tags: moon, mountain

John Harvey Photo > John Harvey Photo - Camping > Manning Camping > Moon Over Mountains