So I realize that I've been neglecting this part of the site quite some bit and I would like to apologize. Therefore, in order to get things started with a bang, I'm going to share some of the random photos I took of the Super moon Eclipse today.
Now, I'd like to make clear that this was not some professional setup or anything. I am currently on vacation in Nags Head, NC and I brought my camera along to have. I did not bring a tripod, even though I was aware this was coming up, since I assumed my dad would have one (he always does). Alas, he did not, and it was super cloudy too. Therefore, these are the best pictures I could get, but whatever
The first two are just early stages of the eclipse, with some really cool cloud cover.
After that is a picture of the beach. This was taken at 18mm 3.5, 25600iso, and 30sec exposure. It was pretty much pitch black when I took the photo. (I actually just put the camera on the railing and hit the button, had no idea what was in frame).
Finally, we have a couple pictures of the Super moon. The first is when I was still trying to handhold the camera. I tried just about every pose I could think of in order to hold still enough to even come close (3-6sec exposure). This was a failure that just happens to look cool. Then I finally found a coaster holder that I could rest the camera on in order to hold it still. That's where the other pictures are from.
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed the random photos, and I promise I'll actually start updating this with some consistency. I have a couple personal projects coming up, so hopefully I'll share some of that stuff, but otherwise just look forward to some snowboarding pictures and videos.
Enjoy the rest of the fall, and I'll talk to you soon.