Capturing the full moon

Yesterday evening the moon was very bright – the temperature was about minus 2 and the sky was clear. The tip I found as guide to capture the full moon is the following: a good zoom lens (+ 400mm), manual adjust, use tripod and remote control (do not touch the camera)

The picture below was the best shoot from yesterday, not a perfect example – but a good start 😉

Full moon

Short info/Technical data: Used tripod, full manual adjusted (f/10 – 1/320), ISO-100, focal length 300mm, minor levels adjustments.

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