Moon shots

Started Sep 25, 2007 | Discussions thread
clickmepp Contributing Member • Posts: 864
Re: Moon shots

Thoeritically "Moony 11" is the best place to start wil for Full Moon shoot. It is a part of Sunny 16 Rule. Moon is gright object, so it needs to be treated as if you are shoting in day.....

Settings for Full Moon:

1. Aperture : 11
2. Shutter Speed : 1/ISO (1/200 if ISO was set to 200)
3. Focus : Manual, set to Infinity
4. Exposure : Manual set Aperture and Shutterspped
5. Compensation: Start with 0, then adjust Shutterspeed if you need
6. Settings : Custom, Sharpening +, Colorspace sRGB III
7. White Balance : DayLight
8. Quality : RAW (adjust WB in PP)

Aperture and Shutterspeed is to start with..You can experiment...But always keep ISO minimum.....

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