How do I set my DSLR to shoot the moon?
To get a great Moon shot and little else, set your camera to ISO 100 or ISO 200 and the aperture to between f/5.6 and f/11, and adjust your shutter speed to between 1/125sec and 1/250sec.
How do you photograph skylines at night?
In most nighttime cityscape situations, a low ISO, Aperture Priority Mode, and using a tripod and remote shutter release will get you the best results. If photographing a skyline, use a moderate aperture in the f/8-f/11 range to ensure you’ve got a good depth of field that will keep all the buildings in sharp focus.
What size lens do I need for moon photography?
You need to find one with a focal length of, at least, 300mm. Thankfully, the moon is so bright that you do not need fast, expensive, telephoto lenses. Anything with an aperture of f/5.6 or f/8 will do. For a DSLR, we recommend the Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 or Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM.
What is the best aperture for moon photography?
This rule suggests that you use an aperture of f/11 for general moon photography while setting your shutter speed to the reciprocal of the ISO setting (i.e. ISO 200 should have a shutter speed of 1/200 or 1/250).
What is the best ISO setting?
How to Determine the Best ISO Settings
- ISO 100-200: Best for bright daylight.
- ISO 200-400: Slightly less ambient light, such as indoors during the daytime or outdoors in the shade.
- ISO 400-800: Indoors, with a flash.
- ISO 800-1600: Low light indoors or at night when you can’t use a flash.
Can you shoot 400 ISO at night?
400 iso is a suitable film for shooting at night. Depending on the illumination level, the focal length and the aperture used, a suitable shutter speed may be found which enables the camera to be hand held, and live subjects to be rendered with minimal movement.
Why are my moon pictures blurry?
@user53923 Any photo of the moon exposed for 10-30 seconds using a 300mm lens will be blurry due to the rotation of the earth beneath the moon, and the apparent motion of the moon caused by such long exposures. Even if the lens is perfectly focused.
What lens is best for moon shots?