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Crescent Moon at Dusk
(San Francisco, California, USA)
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ylw-text.gif Ambient Light after sunset gives good sky color and city lights in the same scene. Wait till dark to get the crescent moon alone in dark sky for douple exposure to work properly. First exposure from Treasure Island to San Francisco: 100-400mm lens @ 100mm, f5.6, 30 sec., Velvia; second exposure of crescent moon, 200mm, to avoid unrealistically large moon.

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Country-Primary Location Name: USA
Credit: Dan Heller
Object Name: city-night-05.jpg
Caption-Abstract: Ambient Light after sunset gives good sky color and city lights in the same scene. Wait till dark to get the crescent moon alone in dark sky for douple exposure to work properly. First exposure from Treasure Island to San Francisco: 100-400mm lens @ 100mm, f5.6, 30 sec., Velvia; second exposure of crescent moon, 200mm, to avoid unrealistically large moon.
By-line: Dan Heller
City: San Francisco
Copyright Notice: Photo (c) www.danheller.com
Province-State: California
Keywords: west coast, city, moon, california, western states, san francisco, nite
Location: San Francisco, California, USA
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