Moon again

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Klaus dk
Klaus dk Veteran Member • Posts: 8,095
Re: Moon again

Apart from the difference in lightness, which to some extent can be helped by choosing the time for the shot just before sunrise or just after sunset, the foreground needs to be within the depth of field.

One usually wants to use a telephoto lens to shoot the moon, and they have shallow DoF, so the get the foreground sharp, it can't be too close to your shooting position. The moon is (for optical purposes) at infinity, so the forground needs to be within or close to your DoF.

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