The last supermoon of 2020 is on May 7, and it is a great chance to take an entrancing and unique image incorporating it into a landscape or cityscape of your choice. This excellent video will show you how to plan and take a supermoon photo worthy of framing and hanging on your wall.
Coming to you from Tim Shields, this great video will show you how to plan and take a supermoon photo. The mistake people commonly make is taking a shot of the moon only by itself. The problem is that without something to show off its scale, it is not apparent to the viewer that the supermoon is any bigger than normal, and your shot ends up looking like any other. This is why all the best supermoon photos are incorporated into a landscape or cityscape of some sort to give the viewer perspective on how just how big the moon actually is. With a bit of careful planning (be sure to check the weather forecast in addition to picking a location) and careful choice of composition (including focal length), you can create some really memorable shots. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Shields.