Get Ready To Photograph The Moon

Posted by on November 25, 2014 in General |

Long ago that we are not talking about photography and best way to talk about how to photograph the Moon, Saturday and Sunday the Moon was closer to the Earth than it has been so ever since 18 years ago, and talked to both of the famous supermoon in the media surely more than one has thought leverage to make some pictures. Although they were of a supermoon, there is no much difference in size with respect to other nights in which the Moon is at perigee of its orbit, approximately 2%, although it is true that also on this occasion coincides with the full moon phase.In any case, taken photograph the Moon March 19, 2011: use a tripod. Very long which is the lens you use, unless you have a telescope, have to crop the picture to fill the box, which must minimize the vibrations. Usa goal longer than you have. Con Edison has compatible beliefs. using a remote control or timer, again to minimize vibrations.

If your camera has a mirror lock, activate it. the Moon is lit by the Sun, so receives enough light, though as it will occupy a small part of the Viewer, if you are using the automatic measurement of your camera this gut is, so use the manual mode. 1/500 of a second at f/8 at ISO 100 is a good starting value, although you can try equivalent combinations.The next perigee on April 17, 2011, without going any further, is less than 2,000 miles farther than today’s, and almost coincides with the full moon, which is 18. All form is better to photograph the moon when it is not full, because in this case the light falls you very flat and not sculpted details; It is better in fourth growing or shrinking.

Copyright © 2011-2024 The Next In Tech All rights reserved.
This site is using the Desk Mess Mirrored theme, v2.5, from