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Beginner’s Guide to Photography: Easy ways to photograph the moon

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 19 - 2018

Easy ways to photograph the moon

Easy ways to photograph the moon


Taking images of Moon can be challenging, unpredictable, complicated and at the same time it can be the most interesting thing to do especially when the moon rises as a huge globe over the horizon. It’s without question the brightest spot in the night sky and maybe due to the lunar mystic or simply due to its beauty a magnet for cameras.
Below are the few tips to understand how to take brilliant moon pictures. Read the rest of this entry »

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