Sunday, June 23, 2013

Full Moon


Full Moon - 22/08/13 It is very important how you control your exposure for a moon shot. EXIF Data for reference: 300 mm, F 10, 1/500 sec, ISO 400 - Almost getting there, till date the best moon shot I have taken.

8 comments:

Swati Maheshwari said...

Would love to click a shot like this someday. Beautiful.

Abhra Pal said...

Well, this was not just full moon but super moon as well - if you notice I have given the technique for this shot.

allresourceupdates said...

Wow...That is really awesome... :-)
Thanks for dropping by my blog and giving me the link to this one...
Thank You Very Much.. :-)

Abhra Pal said...

You are welcome. Taking a moon shot is very tricky for the reason that it is the only source of light at night sky and exposure control is very crucial. I arrived at this after a lot of trial and error.

Vikas Khair said...

Hi Abhra nice click. If possible please check my moon shots too. I have a 30x zoom Sony HX100V camera.

https://www.facebook.com/vikaskhair/media_set?set=a.10150410212806558.408733.646161557&type=3

Abhra Pal said...

Thank you. I'll pay a visit to your page and leave my thoughts.

aero said...

Something is not right... Appears way too sharp for a normal click... May be you gave HDR touch to make it sharp... Nice try boss....

Abhra Pal said...

Well, I agree that I have used that touch, but this was otherwise a very clear shot too. If you apply the effect on a otherwise wasted shot, it might do nothing :)

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