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I would like to know how to shoot the moon

Camera:Olympus E-520
Lens:40-150
Recording media:JPEG (digital)
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Username:gravelgerttie gravelgerttie
Uploaded:5 Jun 2009 - 3:45 AM
Tags:Wildlife / nature
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Diana
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6 Jun 2009 - 2:05 AMConstructive Critique!This comment was flagged as constructive critique! 

well I am not part of the critique team...but I have shot the moon a few times so this is what I would do, use a high ISO and get a grainy moon or use infinity and bulb low ISO say 200 or 100 if you can and do a long exposure the timing of which is trial and error depending on the light at the time HTH's

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Quote: Well I am not part of the critique team...but I have shot the moon a few times so this is what I would do, use a high ISO and get a grainy moon or use infinity and bulb low ISO say 200 or 100 if you can and do a long exposure the timing of which is trial and error depending on the light at the time HTH's

Diana


Thanks so much for the tips they worked very nicely,peace,
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