Around 10 PM the Moon Began Showing
Some Sample Shots in a Slideshow
Normally, I would use the camera timer, to get the sharpest images.
But, those clouds were moving way too fast, for such a luxury. And, it was windy.
The best thing to do, was use continuous firing mode and, take 3 rapid shots at a time.
Once, I was satisfied, two or three sharp images were captured, I went back inside the office.
The camera battery was removed for recharging and, I locked it up.
A little trick: Store the camera upside down, until morning. Lens cap, on my desk.
That would remind me to download the images and replace the battery.
Close to 100 photos were on the SD card and, 60 of them were deleted.
The photo at the top of this page, was one of three, I really liked.
Camera: Pentax K1
Lens: Pentax 300, 1.4 converter - Focal Length 420MM
Exposure: f/16 1/100 ISO 100
Location: Kin Town, Okinawa, Japan
Date and Time: May 10 2017 10:01 PM
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