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by steven love
- Artist Notes
- A photo of the full Moon just after it rose above the horizon. The golden glow is caused by the Moon's light having to pass through a thicker part of the Earth's atmosphere which acts as a filter only allowing the redder hues to get through. This is also why it looks a little softer than normal because with this much air to pass through there is a shimmering effect created by ground heat rising into the air. Shot with a 400mm F2.8 with a 1.4X teleconverter.
More about steven love
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- az, usa
- Artist Biography
I am a professional photographer and digital artist living in Arizona since 1995.
I got my start in commercial art and photography selling stock photography.
I made it my main business in 2006 when I joined several stock photo agencies.
My primary photography and artistic services include pho ...
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