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This image was photographed with a 1200mm Red Dot Artar mounted on a 12" extension tube on a studio Century 8x10 camera which was mounted on a three foot platform on a massive Linhoff tripod and stabilized with front and back elevator tripods. The in-camera shutter was a manual squeeze bulb controlled Packard shutter, which was used at maximum squeeze speed of


...8x10 camera which was mounted on a three foot platform on a massive Linhoff tripod...

1/10th second on all three exposures at f45, on Ektachrome transparency film. Because the shutter exposed the center first and edges last, it was necessary to build trial-and-error masks to sandwich with the original, and make 16x20 dupes in order to produce a poster in 1983. This image was joined and evened out using photoshop in 2000. Yes, that is the real moon on that morning.

 

 

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