Super moon? It would be more super with a 500mm lens..

06 May 2012 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 9

  1. Direk Chew 6 May 2012 Reply

    Indeed.

  2. Ivan Yudhi 6 May 2012 Reply

    I just tried shooting at the moon and for some reason, every setting I chose blew up the moon… any advice?

  3. Brent Burzycki 6 May 2012 Reply

    I was shooting f11 at about 150th I think..I just stood there in manual mode and took shots at multiple settings…till I hit one that I liked…its all about experminting..

  4. Jason Keomany 6 May 2012 Reply

    Faster shutter speed and a lower f-stop.

  5. George McRae 6 May 2012 Reply

    The moon's very bright and moving. f8 at 1/250sec ISO 200 should do it (and a tripod).

  6. Ivan Yudhi 6 May 2012 Reply

    well this is what I got…

    https://plus.google.com/u/0/108347904384031658715/posts/5KUnjkDNLFu

    ISO 200, f/16, 1/200

    doesn't look that big though… I must've missed the peak..

  7. Jason Keomany 6 May 2012 Reply

    Peak is when the moon is coming up or going down

  8. Lee Dawson 7 May 2012 Reply

    Looks like a Nikon D300. What lens were you using?

  9. Brent Burzycki 12 May 2012 Reply

    +Lee Dawson 70-200

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