Yes, but the photographic advantage that puts Lik well ahead of the
rest of us is a large scale production facility, and storefronts with
many persuasive sales people.
On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 11:28 AM, P. J. Alling
> That photo doesn't even look like an eclipse, more like a normal half moon.
> Not particularly artistic either. Something any of us here could do with
> $3K worth of lens camera body and tripod.
> On 2/9/2018 6:04 AM, Jostein wrote:
>> Link gone dead.
>> Found another link, with suggested retail price and all. Interesting bit
>> of silliness in its own right.
>> Den 07.02.2018 19:28, skrev Igor PDML-StR:
>>> ... or rather the photo title.
>>> While looking at the moon photos of Peter Lik, I've found one
>>> more photo that I suspect to be fake. Well, not the photo itself, but
>>> it claims to be.
>>> This one is titled "Lunar eclipse". My claim is that it is not an
>>> Rather, it is just one of the lunar phases.
>>> An eclipse is a shadow of the Earth. So, the dark-light boundary has a
>>> circular shape, not a straight one as here.
>>> The straight line is consistent with the light source (sun) being
>>> on the right, at about 90 degrees.
>>> See lunar eclipse photos here:
>>> (you'd need to "click-scroll" to the right to #4, 5, 7)
>>> or here:
>>> I wonder what PDML astro-enthusiaststs think about that?
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