Moonlight photography can be both beautiful and challenging. Here are some tips to help you get started.
1. Shoot in Manual Mode: Since moonlight is often dim, you’ll want to make sure your camera is set to manual mode so that you can control the shutter speed, aperture, and ISO.
2. Use a Tripod: A tripod will help keep your camera steady and ensure sharp images.
3. Use a Wide Aperture: A wider aperture (lower f-stop number) will let in more light and help you capture the beauty of the moonlight.
4. Increase Your ISO: If you find your images are too dark, try increasing your ISO. Just be aware that a higher ISO can result in grainier images.
5. Use a Remote Shutter Release: A remote shutter release will allow you to take long exposures without having to touch your camera, which can cause camera shake.
With these tips in mind, go out and experiment with moonlight photography!