COPYRIGHT, PLEASE NOTE
All the material on this website is copyrighted to J-P Metsavainio, if not otherwise stated. Any content on this website may not be reproduced without the author’s permission.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Buy a photographic print from HERE
I'm a deep sky photographer and the Moon usually is just an other form of light pollution to me.
The Moon can be a source of inspiration too. (An sometimes good for romantic feelings, I have been told...)
As an astronomical photographer I started with Moon images, as so many do. The 3D-transformation technique of mine gives a possibility to see the Moon from an angle not seen from Earth. This brings a new life to an old Moon image back from 2004.
In this series, some major features in full Moon are seen directly overhead
3D-twisted image, Mare Imbrium seen directly overhead.
3D-twisted image, Crater Tycho seen directly overhead.
3D-twisted image, Mare Crisium seen directly overhead.
3D-twisted image, Crater Stevinus seen directly overhead.
3D-twisted image, Craters Copernicus and Kepler, at lower Right center, seen directly overhead.
At previous post, you will see why I'm playing with old Moon images...