We’ve been asking you to stay up late this week with our Night theme and the timing is perfect to give Lunar photography a try with the full moon tomorrow! Not sure where to begin?
Here’s a starting point for your settings:
An aperture between f/5.6 and f/11 with a shutter speed of 1/250sec - after all the moon is moving at 2,288 miles per hour!
A low ISO and don’t overexpose - the moon is brighter than you think!
For a camera phone - check your settings newer models have a night mode or an app that offers a 2x zoom. You will also want to lower the exposure.
Another trick is to take a photo through a pair of binoculars or a telescope.
If the weather is unfavorable or your bedtime is too early no worries - consider capturing what your night looks like!