Streets of Melbourne city has lot of graffiti alleys, it’s photographers paradise to take photos of this alleys. Here I found a area which looks straight out of a MARVELS movie. Love Melbourne, most liveable city on Earth.
A good question was asked by Nassima in relation to how to photograph moon and what type of lens needs to be used. Thought I write up about this, it maybe useful for anyone who is looking to photograph the moon. It is bit tricky than it appears to photograph the moon.
Best type of lens is a telephoto lens if you can get your hands on one, few types of lenses you would want to use, 70 -200mm f 2.8, 150-600mm f5, 70-300mm f4.5, 100-400mm f4, if not what ever the longest zoom lens you have on your camera.
Remember better the lens more quality and detail the photo will be. You should be able to take the photo handheld without using tripod using following settings. ISO 200 or 400, shutter speed 1/200 or higher, at the lowest f stop your lens allows, e.g if your lens offer f2.8 use f2.8.
If you have no longer lens, then use the shorter lens or the lens you have. Below is an image I took from 12mm-35mm. That’s all I had with the Panasonic G9 at the time, so I used it.
So hope this is helpful and you have lots of fun taking photos of the moon.
Largest Mural painted by an artist on the wall of this building on an Aboriginal boys face, the size of this is astonishing.
Flinders street station, Melbourne, Australia