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Evening moon on July 4th, 2019.

By WestCamera
I was outside watching the fireworks displays in the sky when I noticed the moon faintly shinning in the sky. As you probably know the moon, standing alone in the sky, is pretty hard to capture unless you fill the frame. And, especially so for a small sensor camera like the one used here. The solution to that problem I have found is to frame the moon between tree branches or bunches of leaves as here. This way the auto focus has something to lock onto more than simply a small disc of light in a dark sky.

Tags: Photography Difficult General Technique Moon Night Low light Photographing Shooting Method

Voters: Saastad, newbe2, TimothyDMorton

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