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  Camera On Tripod: Astronomy: Camera On Tripod - MOONLIGHT PORTRAITS
Posted on Monday, November 29 @ 02:43:45 CST by astronomy
 
 
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MOONLIGHT PORTRAITS

Astrophotography need not stop when the Moon comes up. On moonlit nights, venture out to scenic locations.

During a Full Moon, exposures of 40 seconds at f/2.8 with ISO 400 film will record a scene that looks like daylight, complete with blue sky. And yet there
will be stars in the sky—a nightscape shown in literally a different light.

 
 
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