F13 Moon

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  1. Raindog

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    What do you think?

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  2. DIRT

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    its nice but also blown out highlights.
     
  3. Raindog

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    Ever shoot the moon, Dirt? What would you suggest?
     
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    Bracketing
     
  5. DIRT

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    try this.

    If you wish to photograph the moon itself, the exposure is much different. The moon is an object reflected in sunlight, so the rule-of-thumb is to use the "Sunny-16 Rule". This says, for an object in direct sunlight expose at f/16 and time is 1/ISO. So for 100 speed film, your exposure would be 1/125.

    from Mkaz.com
     

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