Romance Against Super Moon

By: Nikunj Rawal


Gujarat, India

2016 November 14


From the photographer: "SuperMoon of 14th November 2016, was 14% bigger and 30% brighter than the ordinary full moons. This much closest distance of 3.56 lakh km were last occurred in 1948, until next will be in 2034. Reason behind the Super Moon is elliptical orbit of our Moon which varies about 50,000 km in oval shape. This was very well planned shot taken over 2-3 trials after visiting the site two times. The single shot image shows rising of Super Moon across planet Earth with a couple making romance. Single shot image captured at hills of Jamnagar, Gujarat India. Overall, it was a brilliant experience executing the shot. Perhaps, unforgettable experience till now. Feels good, feels better, feels inspired.
Technical details: Canon 1100D (Crop 1.6X), Tamron 600mm, F25, ISO1600, Shutter Speed 1/50 sec"
Nikunj Rawal

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