Döner Kebab enthusiast
- Jul 20, 2009
- 42 miles outside of Chicago
- ‘18 VW Golf GTI, '87 Mercury Colony Park
How do I take pictures of the moon so that it's not this tiny white disk in the sky? I want to be able to capture neat evening shots with the moon. Or, is more of blending two images together in post production so that you get the best of both, a nice evening field shot and clear moon. Is this HDR that I'm referring to? I've tried capturing harvest moons before that look massive in person but on camera the moon is puny. Granted, I've only got the standard lens on my Canon T3. I used to shoot with a Powershot S3IS which was fantastic for what it was but, I had the same issue and blamed it on the poor consumer grade lens. So, what am I doing wrong?