Vincent Levin He has been practicing astrophotography for years, which he takes great pride in on his Instagram profile. You can find many interesting pictures there aurora borealis In the lead role, but not only. He once lived in Grand Forks, North Dakota and studied astrophysics. He noticed that something unusual was going to happen on his college graduation day and decided to take advantage of it.
The fresh graduate realized that May 15/16 in the United States would be completely visible total lunar eclipse. We saw the same phenomenon from Poland, but only at a partial stage. Vincent Ledvina decided to take a souvenir photo with his graduation diploma and the upcoming astrological phenomenon.
Use the camera to take a picture Sony Alpha 7R II with the lens Tamron 35 mm f / 1.4 SP. The final photo is a combination of two photos taken over two nights. He made the first one using a shorter exposure time and lower ISO to make sure it didn’t move around in the image. Then the camera stayed in the same place to photograph the passage of the moon on the road the following night. In an interview with PetaPixel.com, Vincent Ledvina revealed that editing photos only took 10 minutes in Photoshop.
The author of the picture pleased the Internet users with his creativity. She is now planning to move to Fairbanks, Alaska, and then begin earning an online graduate degree in space weather at Millersville University. He also has plans to pursue a Ph.D. So, in the future, you can expect more stunning photos.
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