B&W Photography

Full Moon – November 2016

I was planning to take a shot of the full moon event in November but it was a bit cloudy. I then noticed a angle where I could focus on the cross on top of Catholic Church St. Denis near Metro station Laurier having the shiny moon in the back. I “worked” the scene until I got both, the cross and the moon, in my shot. A bit more dramatic to the scene has been added playing around with the filters Silver Efex Pro 2 resulting in this photo.

Full Moon - Last Stand

The setup reminded me a paint I have seen in Montreal Museum of Fine Art. It’s a oil painting of a full moon with some sheep and a shepherd in the dark. I was impressed about the artist’s ability to paint a such a strongly shining moon.  The painting was presented in a darker corner of the museum, turning the scenery very dark almost black where it seemed that the moon lightened not only the scenery but actually the room where the painting has been displayed in.

I am not 100% sure but I think the painting was “Moonrise at Auvers” by Charles François Daubigny.


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