Couldn’t sleep last night.  Looked outside and saw some a great combination of moonlight and cloud cover.  I decided for some spontaneous tinkering with the FujiFilm X100T.  I used to be fairly decent with the mechanics of photography back in the day with a Nikon 8008 film camera.  I stopped taking photos for about a decade, but recently picked it up again, nothing too serious.

Definitely no award winning shots here, but I had fun bracketing different aperture, shutter speed, and ISO settings.  Figured I’d post some of them.  If anyone has tips on capturing moonlight shots without a tripod, would love to hear them.

Looking at the data for each photo, it’s readily apparent that I did not bracket them methodically!  I think I like the fourth one best.

IMG_4345

Shutter Speed 1/6.5

F 2.8

ISO 6400

Black and white

IMG_4348

Shutter speed 1/45

F 2

ISO 25600

Black and white

IMG_4354

Shutter speed 1/60

F 2

ISO 6400

Fujifilm X100T’s standard film setting.

IMG_4355

Shutter speed 1/60

F2

ISO 2500

Standard film setting

IMG_4357

Shutter speed 1/60

F2

ISO 1000

Standard film setting

IMG_4358

Shutter speed 1/60

F 16

ISO 1000

 

Advertisements