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Photographer's Note

Using a long zoom lens will bring the moon closer and that will allow the moon to fill up more of your frame. Zoom in and get close! But be careful! As you zoom in closer and closer your own movements become exaggerated and that will cause your pictures to be blurry. You have to use a faster shutter speed or use a tripod to get tack sharp pictures.
I couldn稚 get a perfect shot to properly expose all areas of the moon, so I decided to try taking multiple shots of the moon, then merging them into HDR in Photoshop.
I take this photo in 1365mm(35mm equiv) focal lenth after sunset .

Also you can see workshop , a bit higher quality in blue sky

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