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Android users have similar option available to them as iOS fans, and can also choose to use the built in camera app or third party software. Here's a step by step-guide for the two methods:
Taking a picture of the moon on Android:
Each version of Android may be slightly different, as the operating system can be customised by each handsets manufacturer, so instructions may vary.
1 - Turn off the flash. The flash will only light up nearby objects and bounce light back into the camera. Tap the flash icon on the side or top of the screen and make sure to select the lightning bolt in a circle with a line going through it – depicting the flash as ‘off’
2 - Zoom in. If you need to make the moon more prominent in your image, now is the time to do this. Touch the screen using two fingers and use the spread gesture to zoom in or the pinch gesture to zoom out.
However, this will reduce the quality of your image, so it is not advisable to overdo it.
Simply spread two fingers to zoom in and pinch together to zoom out.
My attempt at capturing the “Wolf Moon” last night, these are taken with my phone. Who wants to by me a real camera? #WolfMoon #moon #supermoon #Maine @StormHour @WGME @CharlieWGME @mainetoday pic.twitter.com/31lmhRSWN7— Jan Jensen (@jandavisjensen) January 2, 2018
3 - Many Android phones have a manual mode to customise the camera settings on. Open the camera app and then tap the menu icon, followed by the three vertical lines, in the top left corner, then tap manual.
4 - On the left taskbar you will see a JPG icon. Tap on it and it will switch to RAW JPG. This will allow corrections to be made to the image after the image has been taken.
5 - Change the Exposure Value by tapping the EV option on screen and selecting a low exposure.
6 - Select the ISO option and choose a value of between 80 and 100.
7 - Increase the shutter speed, using the S option on screen, and choose the longest option. This will take longer to take the photo so staying still is crucial .
8 - Take your shot! Once you are happy with the way your image appears on the screen, click the circular capture button at the bottom of the app.
Using a third-party app to enhance your image:
1 - Go to the Google Play and download a relevant app. Adobe's Lightroom app, which is also available for iPhone, lets you enhance photos once they have been taken and get the most out of your Android's camera.
2 - Open the Lightroom App and click on the camera icon in the bottom right hand corner, if you want to use its inbuilt camera. Alternatively, jump to step 7 to alter images taken with the inbuilt Android app.
3 - Make sure sure the File Format is set to DNG rather than JPG. This is an uncompressed raw format, similar to those used by professional photographers, which captures far greater detail.
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