Discussion in 'Critique Forum Archives' started by Raindog, May 13, 2005.
What do you think?
its nice but also blown out highlights.
Ever shoot the moon, Dirt? What would you suggest?
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.
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