How To: Take a detailed photograph of the Moon with a telephoto lens

Take a detailed photograph of the Moon with a telephoto lens

Photograph the moon using only a camera with a telephoto zoom or prime lens, following the steps in this informative video tutorial. No tripod needed! The simple steps with simple information with this video shows you how to photograph the moon in all its forms, whether half, full, crescent or lunar eclipse.

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Thanks for this informative tutorial! I've made several attempts at photographing the moon using similar settings and a tripod but never even thought about changing my settings to monochrome! I've also never manipulated the "Active D-lighting" because, well, that has always been a mystery to me but I'm going to try it next time. Thanks again!

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