FULL MOON PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS
Capturing full moon pictures may not be as easy as it seems!
When you take full moon images, you may often end up with a white circle in your pictures rather than the full moon.
Full Moon Photography Tips
Here are a few tips that make it effortless.
1. First, you need to mount your camera on a tripod to ensure that you get an image without blur, no matter what settings you use. It will also help with the following two tips.
2. Choose a long lens (at least a 200mm telephoto). It is why photos taken by your phone may make the moon look like a tiny lightbulb.
3. Use the lowest possible ISO to avoid digital noise.
4. Remember that the moon is very BRIGHT. Using the Spot metering provides the correct exposure for the moon brightness.
Full Moon Photography
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