Making moonlight

I discovered how to make moonlight. Well, sort of… Set your camera’s white balance to ‘tungsten’ and then use predominantly flash.

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Found you through a Facebook post about your beloved Trojan Coffee Pot (I do hope there are neither giant wooden rabbits/badgers, nor malware, lurking in the coffee pot). I love this picture. I am fond of smartphone-camera photography tricks. My DROID 4 is my constant companion, and my tuxedo cat is going to be the subject of much “moonlight” photography. I was sorry to hear of the demise of the coffee pot. You are officially my favorite current Cantabrigians: Coffee, the Internet, Coffee-Worship, spaniels, literature, history, and photography. Wishing you both continued success and more neat everything. Also, plenty of coffee whenever you both need it.

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