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St Stanislas, Quebec, Canada by Paul Goyette

I love doing long exposure photography, especially during winter when the moon is almost full and the sky not too cloudy. Of course, these conditions come with a chilly temperature. A good pair of boots, warm clothing an a couple of batteries in my pockets, and I am good to go.

On that particular night there was a few clouds in the sky which created a nice stretchy and creamy look above the horse shelter. Luckily, there was no wind so the trees came out quite sharp, even though the exposure was 30 seconds. By photographing under this type of light, the moon becomes a giant soft box and the snow a giant reflector, you could not ask for more.

Camera Canon Mk III
Lens Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 IS II
Aperture f/6.3
S/S 30sec
ISO 1000
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