At the past time this moon photo had become controversy... Fake or Real ?? 🙄🤔
But today i have chance to proof the powerfull super camera phone @huawei... @huaweimobileid... P30Pro at my home (no editting) and the result so amazing.... quality ok??? ... Yaa it's not very sharp but i think it's very enough to say bye for other flagship.... Huuaarraa.... Bravo for Huawei and keep your spirit become No 1 flagship in the world even though it's banned by the american government
So, I dont know much about photographing the night sky. I have never tried it before this last full moon. All I do know is if you want good quality pictures, you need some gear I just don't have. So I did it anyways, with my D3400 on a tripod with the kit 70-300mm lens. Additionally, I am a block from the beach, so I would think that would help mitigate some of the light pollution issues but I am in Orange County. I say all of this to make it clear that I am aware there is no way those are actually stars that close to the moon with how I took the picture. However, it all showed up when I edited this in Lightroom. I would think it's noise. Maybe I need to clean my sensor. It still creates the effect quite nicely without the use of Photoshop or double exposures or whatever other method is available.