Are you wondering how to capture tomorrow’s Super Moon? Do you think you need an advanced DSLR rig to do so? That is not the case anymore. We have rounded up 5 great resources to get you on your way to capturing the Super Moon, other celestial bodies or distant objects with your handy dandy iPhone.
- How to take great night sky photos with the iPhone
- Smartphone Astrophotography
- Using binoculars as a telephoto lens for your iPhone
- DIY Binocular mobile phone mount
- Photojournalist Dan Chung reflects on shooting the Olympics with an iPhone
In conclusion, a couple of things to consider for a better photo are:
- Something to magnify the range of your iPhone’s lens, a pair of binoculars or a telescope.
- An app that lets you lock exposure. What this means is that you can setup your device to a correct reading for the light on the moon, this way it won’t appear overly bright and you will get a crisper image.