Photography the Moon

We all see it every night, We sometimes wonder what it would be looking back to earth from it? 

Well I know many of us won't get that chance but it will never stop us from dreaming. So lets do the next best thing and get our cameras out and capture this amazing floating ball.

Here's what you need to know..

First point with night photography I have always bring a chair with me.

  • Tripod is required to be able stay in focus and position. (however you can hand hold)
  • Lens 200mm+ Zoom or Telescope. I'm using a 300mm 5.6G
  • A remote is a bouns but not a requirement
  • 250 Second for the Shutter
  • ISO 100
  • F9 Aperture
  • Manual focus