Officially, this is my first moonshot na matino.
It’s been my long frustration to shoot the moon, since it was full moon tonight, I took my camera & refreshed my brain on what I have read about shooting the moon. I went back to the basic Moony 11 Rule, based on the sunny 16 rule, you have to set your camera opening (aperture) to f16 & set your shutter speed to 1 over your film ISO speed, well in digital terms, your ISO setting.
Let us say that your ISO setting is ISO 100, then you must set your shutter speed to 1/100 & that’s it, you will be able to take good pictures during the bright sunny day. In the same manner the Moony 11 rule is applied & this was the setting that I used when I took this shot.
The camera was set at f11, 1/100 shutter speed, ISO 100 at 300mm focal length, yeps this is a cropped image, the moon’s image was too small at 300mm, whew! I wish I have one of those bazooka lenses, the image could have been bigger!