Games with the Moon

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Nov - 22 - 2011

Have you ever played with the moon? Maybe catch her in the net or threw up, like a volleyball ball? No? Then we offer you to see how others do it.

These photos made amateur astronomer who became a photographer, Laurent Lavedera, you will see how people play with the moon. (Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

Combining a love for astronomy and photography, physics graduate Laurent created this collection of photographs titled “Moon game.” (Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

In his photograph are children playing volleyball in the moonlight. (Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

And this is a professional basketball player Matthew Tensorer who decided to take the moon in basketball . (Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

To create these pictures he had help from his friend Sabina, who also posed for him with pleasure at many photos. (Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

“This idea came to us five years ago, and since then we are playing with the moon” – says Laurent. (Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

“Before every shot, we think through and sometimes even make sketches of the future picture.” (Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

The moon as a lamp. (Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

The halo effect. (Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

Basketball player Matthew Tensorer ready to throw. (Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

“Most of the shots were done at night under a full moon, the rest – at dawn, when the moon was sitting up, and the sun was rising. ” (Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

Matthew Tensorer “holds” the moon, like a ball. (Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

“It is important to think everything through in advance, because in reality, the moon rises so quickly that you only have one chance to get exactly the picture you want.” (Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

(Laurent Laveder / Caters News)

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