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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote There’s a lot less daylight during the winter months, so there’s plenty of time to shoot at night. We’ll give you a few pointers on shooting the stars and the moon in this video. Share your photos with us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/blacks Video Rating: / 5

20 Comments

  • justinspirational 11 months ago

    thanks for your video- could you share how you got the moon shot with aircraft silhouetted? was it planned or luck? if the former, did you consciously position yourself to capture aircraft on a known common flight path?

  • rajesh taheem 11 months ago

    Hope to use your advice tonight in Birmingham UK – Big Moon tonight ! I will use Nikon D610 + Sigma 70-200mm f2.8 + tripod + remote shutter release – Cheers

  • MojavE 11 months ago

    iso 1600 is ridiculous

  • xamanto 11 months ago

    stopped listening at "ISO 1600"

  • Pikklit LoL 11 months ago

    This guy knows nothing and this is a horrible video. Nobody uses hour long exposures. Ever

  • Nabeel Khan 11 months ago

    Then does it mean a cheap point and shoot is better to take moon shots vs a dslr+lense? I feel kinda cheated…

  • queenoffashion.love 11 months ago

    great advice! I'll definitely be trying this out!

  • Elizabeth Photog 11 months ago

    I've never had a 30sec exposure where there wasn't a bit of a star trail… I wonder how his was so sharp.

  • lostintimeline 11 months ago

    i bought a telefoto lens from vivitar 650 to 1300,, for 300 hundred dollars.and the result is trully amazing.the downside is that people look at me all the time when i carry this lens with me but who gives a FUCK? lol so you dont need to spend over 1000 bucks to capture the damn moon lol

  • Troy Hall (Bear) 11 months ago

    your statement that you need thousands to get long focal range is way wrong!! tamron 150-600mm on DX is eqv to 900!! and your talking $1200 or less

  • EvieLions 11 months ago

    im sorry if he already said it, but what about focus? manual or auto?

  • EvieLions 11 months ago

    could it be possible to do it with a balanced lense?
    since i dont have a telephoto..
    i have the nikkon D5200 with a 18-55mm lense.. please tell me!!!

  • hina shehzad 11 months ago

    Thank u man love you

  • sc12100 11 months ago

    Hours of exposure time?

    That would cause nothing more than trails. Don't watch this guy.

  • The Astronomy World 11 months ago

    space

  • Elwaly Alami 11 months ago

    Hello please when I take pic on raw it's locked I can't open it may I know why thanks , and I only have nikon d3200 what lens I need for landscape and not expensive

  • basil bathbone 11 months ago

    i m talking about star trails im last post not just points of light stars

  • firstdance2000 11 months ago

    This explanation seems to say little!

  • Charles Little 11 months ago

    to danger pig try turning you're continuous focus off the the camera focus once and shoot. I shoot with a Nikon coolpix p90 and my moon shots are close and somewhat clear. zooming all the way loses clarity my iso 64

  • Charles Little 11 months ago

    to danger pig try turning you're continuous focus off the the camera focus once and shoot. I shoot with a Nikon coolpix p90 and my moon shots are close and somewhat clear. zooming all the way loses clarity my iso 64

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