How to photograph the moon: step 4 "Switch your camera to Manual mode and your lens to manual focus. When choosing your camera settings, there are two key factors to remember: the moon is bright, so a low ISO is fine, and it’s actually moving slowly, so a fast shutter speed is called for. We chose 1/200 sec, f/10 and ISO200"

How to photograph the moon: step 4 "Switch your camera to Manual mode and your lens to manual focus. When choosing your camera settings, there are two key factors to remember: the moon is bright, so a low ISO is fine, and it’s actually moving slowly, so a fast shutter speed is called for. We chose 1/200 sec, f/10 and ISO200"

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Killer Tips for #Photographing the #Moon That You Can’t Pass Up http://photodoto.com/four-basic-tips-for-photographing-the-moon/

Killer Tips for #Photographing the #Moon That You Can’t Pass Up http://photodoto.com/four-basic-tips-for-photographing-the-moon/

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How to photograph the moon: set up your camera to capture lunar pictures with amazing detail!
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As well as being one of the most expensive hobbies around, photography is also one of the more technical pastimes you can pursue. But it doesn't have to be confusing!.....♥♥....

As well as being one of the most expensive hobbies around, photography is also one of the more technical pastimes you can pursue. But it doesn't have to be confusing!.....♥♥....

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How to photograph the moon – aperture f5.6-8, shutter speed 1/20, ISO100; if the image is too dark choose a slower shutter speed, if it’s too overexposed choose a faster speed.

How to photograph the moon – aperture f5.6-8, shutter speed 1/20, ISO100; if the image is too dark choose a slower shutter speed, if it’s too overexposed choose a faster speed.

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