Lunar Eclipse project
Lunar Eclipse 2019 with UltraRunner James Poole
I’ve always believed that you get out what you put in. When it comes to planning a shoot (in this case trying to frame a runner in front of the January lunar eclipse) I pore over maps, satellite imagery, google images and SunCalc.net (or mooncalc). If you’re going to ask an athlete to haul himself out of bed at 3am and sit on a windy, freezing hill top whilst you wait for the right moment (that turns about to be a couple of hours after you arrive on location) you need to make sure you’ve done your homework. Otherwise they ain’t doing that again for you. As the full moon slid beneath low cloud cover we turned 180 toward the approaching sunrise and @jamesdpoole duly legged it off to run lines for me. Every run has its reward. Every cloud a silver lining.