Sunday, January 11, 2009

Lunar Photography Attempt III


Tonight, there is a full moon and the skies are clear; a perfect opportunity to attempt lunar photography. The above picture was taken at around 11pm. Using aperture priority, F value was set to f/3.7, shutter speed was set to 1/1000, spot metering was used and the sensitivity was at ISO 200. As usual, I used my tele lens attachment with a focal length of 432*1.7 mm.

My previous attempts at lunar photography can be found here and here.


Fauzy said...

Wow, you really got it this time, Great Work, hmmm would this qualify for a NASA amateur Photography award??

hsmade said...

Very nice Obi!

Steelburn said...

Nice one, pal.

There's so much difference in your photo shots compared to a while back.

Keep up the good work!