Photographing the Super Moon


Photo courtesy of NASA.

This weekend, the moon will be closer to the earth as it has been all year making it appear bigger and brighter than ever. For all you sky watchers and amateur astrologists, be sure and peek out your windows this Saturday, May 5 at 11:35 p.m. (EDT), when the ‘Super Moon’ is said to be most visible.

According to Nasa, this year’s ‘Super Moon’ will be as much as 14% bigger and 30% brighter than other full Moons of 2012.

Plan on photographing the Super Moon? We rounded up our list of favorite sites with great tutorials on how to capture amazing images of the moon.

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As a member of Photodex's events team, Dylan specializes in teaching pro photographers and slideshow hobbyists alike how to use ProShow in their business. He's an avid student of photography and enjoys Austin's eclectic mix of music, art and nature.

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