Monday, January 12, 2009


I went out the other evening to catch the sunset over Utah Lake, but forgot how long it takes to get out to the spot I was thinking. I ended up heading back home as the light faded past what I had in mind. Coming back east I saw the moon rising over Y Mountain (not sure it that's its actual name..) and decided I should try to get some moon shots. The first is one exposure. The second is a pseudo-hdr shot from three exposures.



  1. How do you get such a good shot, big one, of the moon? Like whenever I take a picture, the stuff ends up being way smaller in my picture/through the lens than I think.

  2. I love the 2nd picture, with the contrast between the moon and the mountain.


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