Supermoon

Its so sad we had a such cloudy night yesterday in Bremen, but i shot the supermoon one day before its big appearance. Because i had no tripod the picture isn`t as great as it could have been, but i think it´s not too bad. I never tried it before to get a shot from it at night, so i had to play with the settings for a while and give up.

Funny that we get such a Tiny thing in big this time.

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  1. Priscilla says:

    It’s a great picture! I can’t imagine the amount of work you put in 🙂

    And hey, I’m looking for feedback for my latest blog post: https://thepretentiouswriter.wordpress.com/2016/11/14/misunderstood/

    I’d love to hear your thoughts 🙂 I came across your blog on Community Pool!

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  2. teekay1st says:

    It’s great… love it!

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  3. Ja, schade, dass es gestern so bedeckt war in Bremen. Ich hab mein Foto auch am Abend davor gemacht.Mit ‘ner Bridge

    Dein Foto ist prima!
    LG Brigitte

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    1. Basti says:

      Wie bettet man Bilder in Kommentare ein? Habe auch einen Vollmond fotografiert:
      https://debasht.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/moon1080png.png?w=1400&h=&crop=1

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      1. streetbiter says:

        Habe ich selber noch nie gemacht.

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  4. rxfrazier says:

    It is possible to get reasonably sharp handheld moon photograph: careful focus, raise your ISO a bunch for high enough a shutter speed. See the following for settings to start from:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Looney_11_rule

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  5. Sarah Gillie says:

    I tried to choose a favourite photograph, but they are all great! I nominated you for the Mystery Blogger Award – only join in if you want to https://beaconsassessment.wordpress.com/2017/02/06/mystery-blogger-award/

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