in Science & Nature Love It WIN Luna – Shot Offhand without a Tripod on autofocus by woodywood143 June 4, 2017, 9:19 am 232 Views 31 Votes 28 Comments Share Tweet Pin I had just bought a new Digital Camera and was eager to test out the zoom. This Image of the Moon was taken in November of 2016. This was shot Offhand without a Tripod on autofocus. It took several attempts to get a good shot. Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 31 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet Pin Written by woodywood143 28 Comments Leave a Reply Wow this is super cool Woody! Log in to Reply AMAZING shot for freehand Woody, several attempts or not! Log in to Reply Great job! It always seems to take several tries to get the shot we want. Log in to Reply Yes I started shooting in Bursts now. 8 shots per second and usually one is a good clear one. Log in to Reply Amazing capture! Log in to Reply Thank you Log in to Reply Awesome…very very nice shot! the moon never ceases to fascinate us. Enjoy your camera! Log in to Reply Thank you Helen Log in to Reply Fantastic capture! Log in to Reply Thank you Ellie Log in to Reply You got an amazing shot though! That’s so good! I wish I could learn how to take a shot like that with my DSLR camera. Log in to Reply Thanks Im still trying to figure out the manual part of this one too Log in to Reply amazing shot Log in to Reply Thank you Ema Log in to Reply Nice shot. Log in to Reply Thank you Log in to Reply Fantastic capture! Log in to Reply Thank you. I was somewhat surprised how well this came out. Log in to Reply Wow! Log in to Reply Thank you Olga Log in to Reply Great shot! Log in to Reply Thank you Log in to Reply Wow, it’s lovely. I love taking photos of the moon. I am still trying to get one that I like but I only have a simple camera. I do not think of myself as a photographer. Log in to Reply I have a very simple camera too its a Canon Powershot SX410 IS it only cost $149 usd and it has an 40X zoom. Log in to Reply Great ideas, I’ve since gotten myself a monopod that I have become very found of. Log in to Reply That’s a good shot. I do hand held night photography and have some tricks for bracing the camera. One is a folded piece of bubble wrap that I place between the camera and whatever I’m jamming it against. Another is to use the auto timer because my finger on the shutter is a culprit. And of course I also take many and check them and take many more. (Ha, ha) I’m always leaning against stuff, sitting with the camera on my knee, bracing on the car (turn the engine off), etc… Log in to Reply It’s a beautiful shot… Log in to Reply Thank you Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.