I haven't made a post in a while... so hey again!
At the moment, the moon is gibbous. I have a really, really big tree in my front yard and i was wondering how i would get a silhouette of the tree and the moon in the shot? I would to get the details on the moon such as the "seas" and possibly craters.
The silhouette is possible because the surrounding sky is much lighter than the shadows of trees... in addition to the night sky is the moon, which will light it ever more.
So what should the time and aperture settings be?
Thank you... If you need to know my equipment, i have a Canon Elan 7 EOS 33. With a Canon 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 II