I have so much fun with my little Nikon. If I brace it just right (usually on the mailbox or the hood of my car) and zoom in on the moon all the way, I can get some pretty decent shots.
Once, I used a sponge floor mop as a monopod. That worked pretty well! The sponge protected the camera and the handle provided some much needed stability as I propped it on the ground.
Here are a few!
If that isn’t out of this world enough, here is a photo of the moon that makes it look all strange and mysterious.
via Daily Prompt: Subdued
I love taking pictures of the moon, and I finally have a camera that will do it, however the photos are often grainy. What’s an amateur lunar photographer to do, especially on an evening when there’s obstructions in the way, but that moon coming up over the city is so beautiful?
Not for me – I use GIMP, the free art program.
Through judicious use of the clonestamp, fuzzy select, gaussian blur, and layers features this subdued image was totally rehabbed. Clone stamping near parts of the sky got rid of the power line, selecting just the moon itself then putting it on another layer so we could blur the rest got rid of all those speckles, and a simple “white balance”operation cleared up much of the atmospheric haze on the moon itself.
Here’s a better view.
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