Sky at Night - markhumpage
An interesting perspective of a normal monochrome subject.

If you observe some features on the moon there are tiny differences in the hues of the various greys of the surface, as there are many different geological formations composed of different minerals. These mineral colours can be represented and enhanced afterwords by digital processing which allow us to see it.

This nearish full phase was captured with the Olympus E3, 90-250mm lens & x2 TC (1000mm effective focal).

Colours were added via layers/saturation in PS.

An interesting perspective of a normal monochrome subject.

If you observe some features on the moon there are tiny differences in the hues of the various greys of the surface, as there are many different geological formations composed of different minerals. These mineral colours can be represented and enhanced afterwords by digital processing which allow us to see it.

This nearish full phase was captured with the Olympus E3, 90-250mm lens & x2 TC (1000mm effective focal).

Colours were added via layers/saturation in PS.

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