It is no secret that I love taking pictures of the moon. Last night following the storms that rolled through, I stepped outside and saw this awesome moonshot.
I played with several settings, really wanting details to pop out. I used my tripod and remote trigger. Using my shutter button on the camera would cause a slight shake, and when the subject of your image is 238,000 miles away, it could be obvious.
Having a 400mm lens has its advantages, this is one of them.
Nikon D7000 | 1/30 | ISO 100 | 400mm | f/16 | flash - not used