Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Girth, Jul 18, 2008.
I this lens.
@ 200mm, f/8, 1/160th, ISO200
Try "Sunny 16".
IB 3 hour shutter speed
sunny 16 = f/16
you you'd have to let it sit for quite some time probably, and the moon will probably move and it may blur
i could be wrong, i don't know anything about planets.
except pluto isn't one anymore
and yes, i know the moon isn't a planet
figured thats what he meant. I was on manual, so I *guess* I could've done it.
ISO = shutter speed (ISO 100, shutter speed 1/100... ISO 200 at 1/200 etc)
Fstop = 16
straight off card
f16 iso [email protected]
will try that next time. too lazy to attach everything back up.
I'm tired, been studying for DSP for like 8 straight hours.
going on 2 mountain dews and a red bull in the past hour
2mds and 1rb? geez, my teeth would hate me
gotta stay awake son.
i had an orgo test this morning at 8 and i was up late last night studying and up at 6 this morning
fuck summer school.
in for pics of secret alien bases
Who the hell in their right mind takes orgo in the summer
its supposedly easier
Funny I was thinking about taking a full moon pic tonight when I get off work too. Looks good do you have a tripod? I dont so Im worried how it will turn out.
Hm. How's it going for you?
I'm taking it in the fall
I've got a solid B, but its requiring a lot more work than I thought I'd have to put in to get a B. oh well. i've got orgo 2 in the fall
only a handful of people have an A though....
A B is good though That's what I'm going for, but I'm really hoping for an A
Sorry for derailing the thread
Through a G9
the VR was my tripod last night... not that I needed it.
He shot at 1/160th...if you need a tripod for that!
I'm not sure how this changes at night, but I know that as a general rule the slowest you can go without a tripod is 1/30.
i thought the general rule was 1/focal length it doesn't take nearly as much movement at 600mm to cause blur as it does at 50mm.