Posted: February 08, 2018Categories: Gear Talk, Tips and Techniques, Astronomy
The evening of Jan 31, 2018 witnessed a beautiful lunar eclipse starting before moonrise and ending well into the night. A lot of Primes & Zooms customers were out shooting the moon that night and a few of them got great results while some came back with images that did not quite do justice to the beautiful sight.
Shooting celestial objects is not an easy task unless you have some practice with it. If you are a beginner and would like to understand how to take simple but great shots of the moon and planets, this article is for you!
Choose your subject:
Close-up of the rings of Saturn shot by the Cassini spacecraft: your images will NOT look like this!