I had a chance to run outside into the cold and take a quick picture of the Supermoon the other night. It’s tricky to photograph the Moon since it is actually moving in the sky. If you set up a tripod, you have to adjust from time to time to keep up with the Moon. It is also a very bright object in the sky, so you have to adjust your exposure appropriately. Most people recommend that you use an ISO that is the inverse of whatever shutter speed you’re using. So, for example, if your shutter speed is 1/800 of a second, you then use an ISO of 800.

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