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Norine Piet
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Excellent essay. It may open your eyes!

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I'm going to be doing this tonight and I hope this helps!
Exposure for Super Moon = Basic Daylight. Take the ISO and convert it into a shutter speed and match with f/16. 100ISO = 1/125 f/16 for example. If that doesn't work for you, now's a time to spot meter. And since your subject is all white, you probably don't want any blinkies. Fast shutter speed will be the biggest aid since you'll be pointing your lens up, a naturally unstable position for most. Have Fun!*
This photo is from a lunar eclipse a couple years back and is a multiple exposure. This is the moon size with a 600mm lens.

Starting to use this again. Maybe I will learn more.
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