There’s one subject who is comes once a month, waits for you, dying to be photographed – The full moon. We are gonna have full moon in a few days and let’s click this highly approachable subject. Today I’m gonna give you a few ways on how you can photograph the moon in a creative and fun way. So let’s get started.
I’m gonna use my Nikon D5300 with my 70-300mm kit lens attached to it. I also have a superzoom camera Nikon Coolpix B500. I’ll try that too. And a tripod will be great. If you don’t have a tripod, maybe you can try using the support of a bench or table or any platform.
Settings: Aperture Priority, Aperture between f 6.3 and f 11, ISO 100. Since I have a tripod, I’m gonna set the least ISO and let my shutter speed be as it is. I will use Spot Metering. I’m going to use a remote to avoid further camera shake. You may also use the camera’s self timer if you don’t have a remote.
So guys go to Google, find out when the next full moon is, and start clicking!
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