Did you notice that for us "Northern-Hemispherers" this moon is upside down?Fid wrote:A repost from some pages back of a heart breakingly beautiful moonrise.
https://io9.gizmodo.com/5980370/a-moonr ... -ever-seen
Photography fact: moon surface is in sunlight, so should be exposed the same as terrestrial landscape in sunlight. Save that the moon's material is very dark (3 stops or only 12.5% of terrestrial objects' mean albedo) – roughly like coal.
Doesn't seem that way, uh?
Another: looking at a portrait we get unconscious cues about the distance to the person from the relative sizes of nose/eyes/ears, from the same perspective "distortions" (in fact just geometry) at work in the moon videos. So if you want the spectator to feel (sometimes uncomfortably) "near" the subject, part of the action, use a wide angle; normal, socially acceptable distance, use a normal lens; want that sophisticated model seem far away, unapproachable, go for telephoto. Even if the face is the same size in the final print.