Here's what I salvaged, anyway. I've had to straighten some up due to not having a torch to adjust the tripod properly. I also realised I forgot to take off the UV filter, so there's lens flare, and my remote didn't want to work too. Better luck next time, eh.
|Aperture too low...|
|Too much lens flare.|
|Probably my favourite shot of the night, as it came out the best.|
|Tried to get some of my house, but again lens flare.|
|Damn UV filters!|
So, lessons learned:
-Remember to take off UV filters!
-Even though it may be pitch black, check the focus more
-Master manual mode
-Even if it is mid-May, you can still freeze your fingers off.
Until next time...