Legendary Photojournalist Nick Ut is a self-proclaimed "Lunartic," and in this video, he uses his Tamron SP 150-600mm G2 to capture a silhouette of an airplane as it passes over the moon.
It also misses any of the background on Nick Ut. He received the Pulitzer Prize in 1973 for his image, Terror of War, which so many of us remember, often referred to as Napalm Girl. I've never had the privilege of meeting Nick, but his passion as a Lunartic is incredible and defines one element of his love for the craft.
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