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    Re: Moon montage flaws... how many can you find?
    From: Don Seltzer
    Date: 2018 Oct 2, 20:42 -0400
    Here is what the photographer had to say about the composite image:

    In this composite image I wanted to represent the position and the changing phases of the Moon above the peaks of the Cridola Group, in Italy, during a lunar month, called synodic month.
    With an astronomical software I calculated for 27 days the position of the Moon every 1481 minutes (24 hours and 41 minutes), but for the capture of all the lunar phases I spent a whole year because the weather, in my country, is almost always unfavorable. The moons in the waning phase, on the left, were captured in January 2017 while the moons in the growing phase, on the right, between the month of July 2017 and December 2017. To photograph the moon I used a 400mm telephoto lens

    Author: Giorgia Hofer www.giorgiahoferphotography.com

    for the landscape Nikon D750, Nikkor 20 mm
    Exp. 8 sec, iso 800, f/8.
    from Lozzo di Cadore.- Belluno-Italy

    for the Moon :Nikon D750, Sigma 120/400 mm

    Don Seltzer


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