“On March 19th, the moon will be closer to Earth than it’s been since 1992. The full moon that night will appear about 14 percent larger and significantly brighter than usual . . .”
The moon is always a challenge to photograph. Most people underestimate its brightness and end up with blown out highlights. Also, unless you use a good telephoto lens, the photographed moon will usually appear as a small bright disc in the sky with absolutley no detail –insignificant and mostly useless.
If you want to join us in a “supermoon party”, get pointers to capture your perfect moon shot, send me a message. via FB.