Thanks for answering my question (I always try to leave comments that people can reply to, but many have just ignore the questions!) I hope to see more night photography from you in the future! Did you have to change the F-stop or use a tripod and an extended exposer? I don't know if that only applies to physical film cameras (Which is what I learned photography on), so excuse me if I sound somewhat dated in my questions XD
Thanks again! You are welcome too I used aperture priority mode. I think i used F5.6 but the exposure is set to -4 so that the shutter speed would compensate. Shutter speed is at 1/1600 (bec i was near a light source). The moon was very bright so there was no need for a tripod. Not very familiar with film cameras though.
Thanks for all the information--it's really cool to know what one artist does versus another Isn't it odd how people today aren't used to using a camera with a roll of film that had to be developed? XD Most of my photography classes were spent teaching us to develop our own film and printing our own photos--which is loads of fun!--so I feel like people who never got to toy with making the pictures from film kind of missed out on the really fun bit! You should try and experiment with film if you get the chance--I personally will never feel like digital compares, but I'm a purist ;) If nothing else, it's a fun learning experience
You're welcome! I would actually want to try film but i'm still a student and i don't have the money (haha). But if in the future i'd have the time and money, i think i would probably buy one film camera and learn film photography thanks again!