We have a harvest moon/lunar eclipse tomorrow night that I would really like to try and photograph.
I have a T4i with three lenses: EFS 18-55mm; 75-300mm and a high def 0.43X Super Wide Angle w/ Macro Japan Optics. Can anyone guide me as to which lens would be best and how to set up the camera to get some interesting shots. I have a tripod. Not sure how to use "live" mode and I am not well versed when it comes to anything other than the automatic settings -- i.e., ISO, shutter speed, etc. Anyone willing to teach this old dog some new tricks? Thanks.
we'll see what I got tomorrow . . . I could get nothing once the moon was the darker colo -- kind of bummed, what a gorgeous night, albeit cool with a good breeze, but it is clear as a bell, so many stars and that beautiful moon -- I hope I never forget this mental picture. Thanks for trying to help me everyone . . .
I had clouds... lots and lots of clouds. But in the moments when I managed just brief glimpses of the moon I was at 12 stops. I haven't unloaded the camera yet to see if anything is salvageable.
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