Even though the main day for the Lunar eclipse and the Super Blood Wolf Moon was January 20th, for the next few days we can still enjoy the full moon.
Of course, I took advantage to add one more photograph to the series of the Moon rising over a ruin in Antigua Guatemala. So far I have three images, a beautiful tryptic, that you can have as fine art prints to decorate a home or office walls.
Once again, I used the same technique of double exposure that I shared with you back in October for the Full Moon of The Candelaria Ruins. Basically, I make a first long exposure of the ruins with the wide angle end of zoom lens and then over impose a second exposure of the Moon taken with the telephoto end of the same zoom lens. This is why the Moon looks much bigger than if shot along with the ruins with the wide angle lens.
Make sure you book a night photography workshop with me to learn how to make images like this one and many more.
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