I don’t know when the next lunar eclipse is off the top of my head, I’m sure I could google it but I think it’s more likely that as it approaches the news will be sure to tell me. One of my most popular posts on this site is my post about night photography and shooting the stars.
Shooting a lunar eclipse is a challenge, I didn’t know this until recently. I decided to go as big as I could with my zoomed photos, my 70-200 w/ my 1.4x teleconvertor, a whopping 280mm. I thought that would get me close, ha! Let me give you an idea of how close 280mm got me:
As you can see, not very close at all. So, how did I get results.
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