Photographing the Supermoon

This past week there was a triple threat moon so we got three of our staff members to shoot the moon in three different ways. On January 30th and January 31st, 2018 the moon was a super moon, a blood moon, and a blue moon all at the same time. Brandon, Bruce, and Nick all put their spins on photographing one of the most photographed night skies of the month.

Brandon:

Brandon Used a Sony A200 with an 18-70mm stock lens. These images were taken near the highest altitudes in Bristol County at 390ft. They were taken at 6:30pm on January 30th, 2018.

 Image taken at maximum focal length

Image taken at maximum focal length

 Image taken at minimum focal length

Image taken at minimum focal length

 

Bruce:

Bruce's camera of choice for this was his Canon 5D Mark IV. All of these photographs were taken at f/2.8 with a 200mm lens. He made three images varying in time and location.

This image was taken at Chickatabut in the Blue Hills at 6:05am on January 30th, 2018.

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The image below was taken at 9:46am on January 30th, 2018 in Randolph

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The final image from Bruce was taken at 5:59am on January 31st, 2018 in Randolph

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Nick:

Nick used an iPhone 6 to photograph the supermoon. This photograph was taken at 5:07am on January 31st, 2018 from Quincy Center.

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*Bonus Image* Paul:

Paul also took a photograph of the supermoon! It was taken in Weymouth some time in the early morning on January 31st, 2018.

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