A fingernail moon rising over the Aspotogan Peninsula.
As the sunset faded in the western sky, the lighthouse began to separate out from the blue sky behind.
During the second night photography field trip, we were graced with a
cloudless sky; After the last student left, I made the longest night
exposure I’ve created to date - an hour (which adds up to two hours
after the long exposure noise reduction). Unfortunately, the long
exposure lead to a lot of noise; while the low resolution image here
hides it, it would take a lot of work to remove to visible noise and
create a seamless, smooth image. Fortunately, 20 minute exposures don’t
seem to suffer from this issue, so I will likely draw the line there.
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