Shooting the Moon

This has been sitting on my hard drive for quite a while, and is long overdue to have been published. I’ve been taking photographs of the moon for years now. My first attempts failed miserably as I returned with overexposed images over a large white blob. There is a very simple method that will give you great pictures of our lunar satellite, which I have covered in this short tutorial.

Aperture: ƒ/2.4
Credit: Debashis Talukdar
Camera: iPhone 4S
Copyright: Debashis Talukdar |
Flash fired: no
Focal length: 4.28mm
ISO: 50
Location: 37° 49.3′ 0″ S 144° 57.9′ 0″ E
Shutter speed: 1/40s