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Shoot for the moon

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16 To get a full moon to fill the frame, you would need a fo­cal length of around 2000mm, so just use the long­est lens you have and crop it. The moon is brighter than you think, giv­ing a typ­i­cal ex­po­sure of 1/500 sec at f/8 at ISO400.

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