Reader’s Lens | Supermoon, jumbo ferry

January 17, 2018 - Supermoon

Photographer: Jim Bartley, Bainbridge Island

Photo taken: Jan. 1, during Rockaway Beach, Bainbridge Island

Photographer’s description: “For a initial supermoon of 2018, we set adult a tripod-mounted Canon 5D Mark III with 100-400 mm lens to fire moonrise. As a Washington State Ferries user and fan, we only had to embody a Tacoma in a frame. Shot during 400 mm for 1/60 second, orifice f5.6.”

Critique: “It was a good choice to embody a packet in this frame. It helps emanate a good covering in a forehead that stands out opposite a supermoon. Using a tripod with a slower shiver speed unequivocally helped keep a good sum via a frame.”

Below is a gallery of prior Reader’s Lens picks. Share your new print from around a Northwest. Submit online during seattletimes.com/submit-photos. Our favorite will seem in this mark subsequent week. We decider a year’s best and endowment prizes in December.

Photographer: Craig Goodwin Sr., Black DiamondPhoto taken: Jan. 2, during Lake Sawyer, Black DiamondPhotographers description: Late-fall/early-winter sunrises and reflections during Lake Sawyer are mostly spectacular. We welcomed a New Year with this splendid tone palette nod us on Jan. 2. Canon 5D Mark III camera, Sigma 24mm lens.Photographer: Craig Goodwin Sr., Black DiamondPhoto taken: Jan. 2, during Lake Sawyer, Black DiamondPhotographers description: Late-fall/early-winter sunrises and reflections during Lake Sawyer are mostly spectacular. We welcomed a New Year with this splendid tone palette nod us on Jan. 2. Canon 5D Mark III camera, Sigma 24mm lens.
Photographer: Ben Maund, SeattlePhoto taken: Jan. 1, Seattle CenterPhotographers description: This print was shot only after a time struck midnight! we walked a full loop around a Space Needle to range out a best location. we found this clear, uncrowded mark during 11:55, set adult a tripod and waited. we was in astonishment as a Needle illuminated adult like a hulk sparkler!Photographer: Ben Maund, SeattlePhoto taken: Jan. 1, Seattle CenterPhotographers description: This print was shot only after a time struck midnight! we walked a full loop around a Space Needle to range out a best location. we found this clear, uncrowded mark during 11:55, set adult a tripod and waited. we was in astonishment as a Needle illuminated adult like a hulk sparkler!
Photographer: Devin Metz , Federal WayPhoto taken: Dec. 7, Saltwater State ParkPhotographers description: When a object started to set we took a travel over to Saltwater State Park and found this eye candy.Critique: Late tumble sunsets benefaction good opportunities to constraint some poetic palettes of color. Great thought streamer out to a waterside to sketch a sunset. The bird with a outstretched wings adds a good indicate of contrariety to finish a image.Photographer: Devin Metz , Federal WayPhoto taken: Dec. 7, Saltwater State ParkPhotographers description: When a object started to set we took a travel over to Saltwater State Park and found this eye candy.Critique: Late tumble sunsets benefaction good opportunities to constraint some poetic palettes of color. Great thought streamer out to a waterside to sketch a sunset. The bird with a outstretched wings adds a good indicate of contrariety to finish a image.
Photographer: Jim Bartley, Bainbridge IslandPhoto taken: Jan. 1, during Rockaway Beach, Bainbridge IslandPhotographers description: For a initial supermoon of 2018, we set adult a tripod-mounted Canon 5D Mark III with 100-400 mm lens to fire moonrise. As a Washington State Ferries user and fan, we only had to embody a Tacoma in a frame. Shot during 400 mm for 1/60 second, orifice f5.6.Photographer: Jim Bartley, Bainbridge IslandPhoto taken: Jan. 1, during Rockaway Beach, Bainbridge IslandPhotographers description: For a initial supermoon of 2018, we set adult a tripod-mounted Canon 5D Mark III with 100-400 mm lens to fire moonrise. As a Washington State Ferries user and fan, we only had to embody a Tacoma in a frame. Shot during 400 mm for 1/60 second, orifice f5.6.

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