This 13th-century church is close to my home in southern England, and I have lost count of how many times I have photographed it over the past twenty years. I have pictures of it in all four seasons, at all times of day. Looking for a fresh approach, I decided to try shooting using nothing but the light of the moon - which is, after all, reflected sunlight!
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You can shoot anywhere between the first and third quarter moon phases. (Note: Here's a link for useful information about the moon and its cycles: http://www.MoonPhases.info/#Moon_Information )
The technique is quite simple. Some tips:
Simon Stafford teaches a number of excellent online photo courses, including one on photographic composition.In addition, the BetterPhoto digital photography school offers many more classes on working with natural light and digital camera exposure.
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