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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.

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How to photograph the moon: an easy way to shoot moon pictures full of detail

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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How to photograph the moon: an easy way to shoot moon pictures full of detail

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99 Common Photography Problems (and how to solve them)

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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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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7 Essential Tips for Photographing the Moon. This is great! Gives great ideas and even though a couple were kind of obvious, the "iphone photographers" will understand why they cannot do this. And also will increase your knowledge a bit too!

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