Wednesday, 13 August 2014


My efforts at photographing the lunar eclipse a while back weren't brilliant, but since then I've learned a little more about my camera.  I now know how to work the controls, although they're so sensitive and fiddly it's quite a challenge to set them.   So when I was reminded by the ABC weather report that there was a "supermoon" (because its orbit had brought it close to the earth), I though I'd have another attempt.

Still not all that terrific, but maybe with a bit more practice?

1 comment:

  1. Best advice seems to be use a DSLR. But there may be a few tips from this nice, slow speaking, presumably from the accent Russian, blonde that would help and can be applied to your camera controls: