Learn how to shoot a full-moon silhouette. It doesn’t sound too hard to do, right? Well, let's just say it took me nearly a year to get it right.
Author - Mark Gee
Mark Gee is an award winning photographer, time-lapse filmmaker & digital visual effects supervisor based in Wellington, New Zealand. He has worked on many high profile and Oscar award winning feature films. His love of the New Zealand landscape is a big part of the inspiration for his photography.
Astrophotography is Mark’s passion, and this has led to international success with Mark being short-listed in the Astronomy Photographer of the Year every year from 2012 onwards, a finalist in the 2012 World Open of Photography, and 4th place in the 2014 International Earth and Sky Photo Competition, as well as having images published internationally in various books and magazines.
Marks short film, ‘Full Moon Silhouettes‘ also gained him international acclaim after going viral online, and has been broadcast all over the world by the likes of CNN, The BBC, NASA and various other main stream media.
In 2013, Mark won the prestigious Astronomy Photographer of the Year. Not only did he win it overall, but Mark also won the Earth and Space category, and the People and Space category which had never been done before in the competition’s history.
See more from Mark on his website.
Meet team member Mark Gee, an award winning photographer, time-lapse filmmaker, and recipient of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year award.
In this TEDx talk, Mark describes the extraordinary experiences that have sprung from his quest to photographically capture the night sky.
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