Dreaming is Believing

I'm Charlotte. :) I post about Disney, Legend of Zelda, POKeMON, flowers, relationships, quotes, and food.

tonyballer:

it’s sad when you realize you aren’t as important to someone as you thought you were.

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anitanh:

Songs from Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Words by Lewis Carroll. Music by Lucy E. Broadwood. Illustrations by Charles Folkard (1921). Found in the Internet Archive by AnitaNH

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pissyeti:

when someone stops talking to you and youre not sure what you did wrong

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froggieslightroom:

My official first moon photograph. 
Things I learned:
300mm is a decent focal length, but 400mm and above would probably be more ideal. I had to do a lot of cropping and I didn’t get as much detail as I would have liked. 
Use a cropped sensor camera if you have one. You’ll get more reach out of your lens. 
Take many, many, many, many photos at many different exposure levels. The camera will want to overexpose the crap out of the moon. I start there, and then I do one stop lower. One stop lower. Repeat 5 times or so. Don’t trust your little screen, sometimes the ones that look dark will give you the best detail. 
Repeat this procedure with many different apertures. You want to make sure you get a shot with the sharpest part of your lens. I think f/8 to f/16 is usually the butter zone for moon shots. However, for some reason, my sharpest photo came out at f/5.6. 
The image will look tiny. You can crop it later in software. 
Focus manually with live view. Maximum magnification! If you know how to focus on infinity, give that a try too.
The moon moves quicker than you think! Try to keep your shutter speed under 30 seconds. (A full moon is pretty bright so that shouldn’t be an issue) 
ISO 100 or 200. You will need the clearest image possible due to heavy cropping.
Use a tripod and shutter release cable. Even the tiniest shake will blur your photo. Moon is very unforgiving. 

froggieslightroom:

My official first moon photograph. 

Things I learned:

  • 300mm is a decent focal length, but 400mm and above would probably be more ideal. I had to do a lot of cropping and I didn’t get as much detail as I would have liked. 
  • Use a cropped sensor camera if you have one. You’ll get more reach out of your lens. 
  • Take many, many, many, many photos at many different exposure levels. The camera will want to overexpose the crap out of the moon. I start there, and then I do one stop lower. One stop lower. Repeat 5 times or so. Don’t trust your little screen, sometimes the ones that look dark will give you the best detail. 
  • Repeat this procedure with many different apertures. You want to make sure you get a shot with the sharpest part of your lens. I think f/8 to f/16 is usually the butter zone for moon shots. However, for some reason, my sharpest photo came out at f/5.6. 
  • The image will look tiny. You can crop it later in software. 
  • Focus manually with live view. Maximum magnification! If you know how to focus on infinity, give that a try too.
  • The moon moves quicker than you think! Try to keep your shutter speed under 30 seconds. (A full moon is pretty bright so that shouldn’t be an issue) 
  • ISO 100 or 200. You will need the clearest image possible due to heavy cropping.
  • Use a tripod and shutter release cable. Even the tiniest shake will blur your photo. Moon is very unforgiving. 

(Source: frogmanslightschool, via thefrogmom)

I think I broke Harry Potter

karlosmadera:

So it’s 3AM and It’s just occurred to me that the most telling scene in the entire Harry Potter franchise is the scene following the announcement of the participants of the Triwizard tournament.

When Harry’s name is pulled out of the cup, literally one of the first things he…

briar-r-o-s-e:

This is probably my favorite picture I’ve taken of Cinderella’s castle! :) It looks so beautiful to me and the light shining through is perfect!

briar-r-o-s-e:

This is probably my favorite picture I’ve taken of Cinderella’s castle! :) It looks so beautiful to me and the light shining through is perfect!

(Source: hakuna-makatja, via waltxsydney)