Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by dragon12, Mar 27, 2010.
The moon was out and bright tonight so i decide to take some shot of it
how did i do?
I like it. What type of lens, fstop and shutter speed did u use? I've tried almost 30 different shots of the moon and my just come out looking like a light bulb lol
To get moon shot I typically use spot metering , and I end up with a shutter speed of 1/500, f 5.6, ISO 800, 300mm focal length.
Here's the info for the OP's picture
Camera Maker: SONY
Camera Model: DSLR-A330
Image Date: 2010:03:27 00:31:33
Focal Length: 300.0mm (35mm equivalent: 900mm)
Exposure Time: 0.0016 s (1/640)
ISO equiv: 400
Exposure Bias: +0.30
Metering Mode: Matrix
Exposure: shutter priority (semi-auto)
White Balance: Auto
Flash Fired: No
Color Space: sRGB
Caption: SONY DSC
ditto.... DO TELL please..hehe.. Settings?
Mine looks like a blob of light. *sigh* Even though ive played around with referred settings..
Good job on your moon shot, Dragon. Youll get it!
Ok i know WHAT-- EXIF info is.. But i can never figure it out... where did you find all this?? right click on the pic. go to image details?:lmao:
The moon is very bright, and tricky to expose properly - this is one of those times I use manual settings.
200mm - 1/250th - f/16 - 400 ISO
this was pulled from opening it in canons digital photo professional.
Camera Name - DSLR-A330
Shooting Date - 26/03/2010 11:24:47 pm
Tv (Shutter Speed) - 1/640
Av (Aperture Value) - 5.6
Exposure Compensation - 0.3
ISO Speed - 400
Flash - Off
Color Space - sRGB
Thanks all I uses a used a sony a330 with a tamron 75-300mm lens for this shot and like everyone said my setting is
btw how did you pull up my exif info?
I took THIS MOON SHOT a couple of years ago. I only bring it up because I mentioned my settings AND there are some comments further down by Arch on post processing.
thanx for the link. compare your moon to mine, it is quite clear your is better. what program did u you use to get the detail of the crater or what can i do to get more detail?
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