Photographers all around the world have been traveling to the launch sites to capture history in the making. Michael Seeley is no exception. A skilled photographer and space enthusiast, who is also the co-founder of We Report Space, Seeley was on-site to capture the Spacex Zuma launch and landing on film, which produced this incredible single image:
SpaceX recently launched and landed a 1st stage, and Seeley was there with three different cameras to take a few shots. He used his Canon 7D2 and Canon 5D4, but the most spectacular results were from a 40-year-old SLR. Seeley used his father’s Canon A1 with a Canon FD 24mm lens and, with the help of the Fuji Velvia 50 transparency film, managed to seize 8.1 minutes of long exposure at a considerably low ISO. Regardless of being dated by four decades, the A1 model still manages to impress after being processed and scanned.
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