On the drive home tonight, I saw the moon rise for the first time in a while.  So while it was low in the sky, I thought I’d try my hand again at a long exposure with the moon from my backyard:


It came out a bit bland, but I do like the simplicity of it.  After a quick google, I went back out and shot the moon properly with the Lunar 11 rule: f11, ISO = shutter speed.  This photo was shot with ISO 100 at 1/100 of a second at 300mm (480mm full frame equivalent).


“Shoot for the moon.  Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.”

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