Visibility IV / V
Yesterday, I stabbed the elliptical guard to hit the moon for a few hours. Here is a snippet after the last camera orientation. The cloud situation was not the most optimal in terms of ellipses, but not completely impossible. The perimeter appeared on two occasions, I happened to be outside myself then. The first was a large and bright perimeter in some middle cloud, i.e. at this point there was therefore potency in the ellipse. The other was in an invisible flat cloud, something foggy. Otherwise, the cloud is an upper cloud with a 22 ° ring visible outside the image.
Yes, based on this perimeter, it is easy to believe that the ellipse will also be recorded if visible. Exposures 30s. Since it’s an elliptical monitor, I pulled by a well-underexposed, then raised light to this country with the Photoshop auto button. The picture was a bit blurry because a couple of weeks ago I managed to tip the tripod lens above and the part coming out of the putty lens went a little skewed. But no harm in such a fuss.
In the video, of course, the picture quality suffered drastically.