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Your photos are brilliant!especially the one with the crescent moon, the craters look so beautful!congratulaitions.
Wow you've used all fancy stuff here! I'm sure your photos will come out amazing!
I basically meant that on a DSLR it is possible to control all setting of the camera and change them to suit our purpose! and yes i do agree that a super high end point and shoot can at times produce better images than a low end DSLR.
thanks for the physics behind it! :)and yes, moral of the story is to avoid the moon near the horizon!
Thanks for weighing in with all the technical details! :)
thats actually true, thanks! and yes it appears hazy when looking through a thick layer of atmosphere, that's why if you want all the craters on the moon to look detailed you should photograph it when it's up above!
your photo is pretty good! congrats!
I agree with what you're saying.but for someone who's doing it for the first time, it's easier to photograph the full moon. Once you have a little experience with camera settings and how to do it, then all different phases of the moon can be photographed!
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