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How to shoot the moon

Last week, we talked about how to get those colorful sunset photos.  Now, in case you’re thinking that the sun has set so now it’s time to go home, not so fast!   493 more words


Moon is right there...

Last weeks full moon…

500 mm, f5.6, ISO 100, 1/350 sec, Northern Hemisphere somewhere around
35.886129, -78.944637 from planet earth…


The Philippine Moon at Exactly 8PM (05.05.2015) - Manila Time

Sorry for the green flare as there is a lamp post on my left side when I took this shot at our balcony.

I manually set both the aperture and shutter speed, including ISO in trial and error mode to be able to capture both the moon’s face (without over-exposing it) and the clouds (without underexposing it). 17 more words


May 4Th Photo Challenge

The word for today is —-> the moon.

I thought it was a good word to work with because its very tricky to capture the moon without a tripod and you would have to have a clear sky as well or there wouldn’t be a chance to capture the moon. 69 more words

Bethany Fuller Photographer

Reaching for the Moon

I love twilight moons, so when I saw this beautiful moon yesterday looking down on me from the balcony I just had to take this photo!


Week 37 - #17 High Above

Though I did not make it out to the LWRDC meet for photographing the moon, I did manage to get this from my front sidewalk on Saturday evening.   45 more words

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