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Supermoon Saturday

Moonlit Garden

June 2013 full moon has garnered the title of ‘super moon’ due to the moon being closest to perigree. What this means to us mere mortals is the full moon will be at its closest point to the earth.  What a fabulous time to take photographs of the moon. The one pictured above was taken in September 2012 at Longwood Garden. Quite frankly I was lucky to get this photo as I knew nothing at the time about lunar photography.  This time around, I researched what I need to use to snap a better photo of the moon.

Below are listed what gear and settings I plan to use to photograph the moon.

Gear:
70-200 L lens
Lens Hood
Tripod

Settings:
ISO 100
Aperature f-11 or higher
Shutter Speed 1/125 through 1/250

Feel free to copy and try these settings tomorrow night.   If this works as planned, I will post the photos to this blog.  Please share links to your lunar photos in the comment section.

Here is a photo I took of tonight’s Supermoon.  The detail captured of the lunar surface is simply stunning!

Get over yourself!

The EXIF data for this photograph:

  • Canon EOS Rebel T1i
  • 200mm
  • 100 ISO
  • F/4.0
  • 1/250 (0.004 sec)
  • +1 EV

The entire photoshoot tonight I kept humming ‘That’s Amore‘ and thinking of one of the best scenes from the Academy Award winning movie Moonstruck:

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Tania

5 responses to “Supermoon Saturday

  1. Jack Rackim
    says:

    Tania, thank you for sharing the camera settings. And for pointing out the super moon.
    I am curious, what type of camera do you use?
    I enjoy your blog. Thank you.

  2. neocon
    says:

    For shooting the moon, I use the daylight setting of one over ISO for shutter speed at f16 (or the equivalent). I.E., 1/400 at f8. Longer your focal length, the larger your image, but you get more camera shake.

  3. neocon
    says:

    A tripod is always a good idea. Even using your zoom at 200mm, the image is still on the small side.

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