Nature Photography

Bird, wildlife, and landscape photography by Jon Rista

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        • Jon Rista

          Make sure you put it on a tripod. You can’t get a picture of the moon, or the night sky in general, without a tripod. And, you want to use a timed shutter…like the setting you use when you want to take a family picture. Set it for the longest delay, then let go of the camera after focusing the moon…and let it take the picture. That’s how you get it sharp and clear! 🙂

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