My First Moon Photo

Posted: October 10, 2008 in Photos

Without telephoto lens, it what I can have from the moon. This photo was cropped, so the moon in the original photo look much smaller.

  1. Sothy says:

    Hello Phal, I can see you trying to make the best out of the moon shot. Your attempt is pleasing. I can see how you compose it by putting the moon on the side, avoiding the dead centerness. That is great. Before, I experimented this kind of picture. I took 2 different pics and merge them together in PS2. Results were great. You can try this too. Here:

  2. Phossdey says:

    Brother! This is a real professional? Duh, it looks wonderful.

  3. Phal says:

    Hi Sothy, I checked your moon photo. It is very awesome and looks just like one photo. I can hardly take a clear moon alone, not to think of clear subject with it. To some extent I sort of familiar with PS, so I will try to do as what you suggested some day.

    Hi Sis, it looks very unprofessional, indeed. You can check Sothy’s photo. Actually I found his link through your blog about a month ago. That is how we are connected.

  4. angkor138 says:

    A good shot to me. Must confess that I like photography but hardly do a shot yet [my small digital camera is not good enough and now out of focus – try to save up and buy the new Cannon]

  5. Phal says:

    Hi Angkor 123, I used to be a Canon fan as well. But somehow I have turned to be a Nikonian now. By the way, do you plan to have a compact one or DSLR one?

  6. angkor138 says:

    Nikon is good cemera indeed. Mine is a compact cemera and don’t think it can be fixed at this stage.

  7. Kenno says:

    This is my first moon version. Try a telephoto lens next time, I’d say at least 200mm. I believe the moon photo I took was done with a cheap Sigma tele lens.

  8. Phal says:

    Yours is very clear and awesome. I wish I have telephoto lens too, especially the one with VR. But lens do not come cheap. Dun no when I can have my second lens.

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