thanks! it was fun, but oh how I wish we lived out in the country!looks good! better than I did!
Thanks Frank, I'll try that next time we see the full moon. We've got clouds now and dunno if the moon will be visable tonight or not.Shutter speed is a bit too slow, the moon is moving, move the shutter speed to 1/750th or a bit fast. Aperture to around f/8. Adjust from there.
Thanks and yeah it was! I was showing it to the kids - they were "wowed" and Mark just said - "it's the moon" and walked out the door for work.Well experimenting is fun if you have time, but you did good...isn't it amazing to see the
the actual craters neat the top?
That is interesting! Didn't know the difference in where we live would make that much of a difference. Like your shot, too BTW:biggrin:You did well Dianne, but I noticed looking at your shot that the angle of the moon is very different from the Northern Hemisphere compared to the Southern Hemisphere...
Your Shot Dianne (#1) from the Northern Hemisphere shows that crater at the 4 O'Clock position and the shot I took (#2) it's at the 2 O'Clock position...
Never thought about the different angle and I didn't think that there would have been so much difference between the hemisphere's... Go figure...
#1... Northern Hemisphere
#2... Southern Hemisphere