- bobsmith (1886)
- [2015-09-01 11:03]
In my opinion a photo of the moon has to be taken with a long lens and is very sharp, showing plenty of detail OR it has to have something else with it (a bridge or something). But this has neither so lacks detail and interest.
Sorry to be so brutal with my opinion.
- Matyas (0)
- [2015-09-02 0:11]
Ola Raimundo! In my opinion: fine take, fine minimalistic composition. Simply good cut. Sophisticated effect. Do You remember song "Sister Moon" by Sting? Saudacoes!
- Jonathan (13989)
- [2015-09-02 2:17]
I agree with Bob and find a lonely moon with no other additional elements a bit boring. The centrally placing also ads to an uninteresting final result. Sorry MF just an honest opinion.
- shaukatmi (10141)
- [2015-09-03 15:11]
Hi, Raimundo. Photographing the moon with the long lens on manual exposure with such clarity is commendable. I have always use a tripod. Thanks for sharing.
- pierrefonds (4871)
- [2015-09-04 4:58]
It is difficult to take a picture of the moon, most of the time, the planet is lonely. The point of view is showing the details in the moon. Have a nice day.
- Hotelcalifornia (106)
- [2015-09-04 9:31]
Although we need 600mm or 800mm lens to get superb details, but when we don't have what should we do! Don't know! But it always nice to see moon. Exposure is right to me. Due to lack of knowledge in Photography, I can't go for critical discussion....
Thanks for sharing your experimental work and thanks a lot for your encouragement on my last post,
- Karolina999 (0)
- [2015-12-01 7:41]
fine idea, fine take, good contrast, good sharp, superb quality, stunning view, original effect.