Hi, I'm an author from the Fanfiction, a writing website, known as xXxDaughteroftheKingxXx, and this is my shared deviantART account. I was wondering if I could have your permission to use this picture for a story cover for my story, Darkest Side of Me. I would give you full credit for it, and it also could be considered free advertising, haha. Please reply.
This photo is gorgeous, and I would like to use it in a panel of my graphic novel. It would be reversed and red. The only drawback is that I can't give credit on the page itself. I can/will credit on my DA page, and I could try and add a link to your page on the thank you page of the graphic novel. It's self published, so no monies will come out of it. I don't want to use anything without your permission, but I greatly hope you'll agree as your full moon is just perfect for what I want. Pretty please?
I was keeping this in my inbox as an active link for when I'd post the picture on my DA, but since I'm on vacation and it's probably going to take a few weeks, this is starting to make me appear rude. So I'll get the link back later, meanwhile I just want to thank you and I'll be sure to send you the link!
Yeah. Use a tripod! When taking a photo of the moon, the amount of light is necessarily little; therefore the shutter speed of your camera has to be long enough for a visible exposion. However, the longer the shutter speed is, the more chance (=time) your hand has to shake. This is why it gets so blurry everytime. To prevent this, you may either use a tripod, or just hold the camera stongly against a tree or window pane. As far as I can remember, I was pressing it against the window pane. With this, or with a tripod, the possibility of taking blurred pictures can be minimized.