In a few hours time there will be a total eclipse of the moon as the moon moves into the earths shadow, my next blog following will hopefully have all of those wonderful pictures :-)
The image above was taken with a Canon 70 Camera and an 18-400mm Tamron lens on a static camera tripod, the exposure time was 1/25th second and ISO200.
The second image to the right was taken with the same set up but with a wider field of 100mm so I could capture the moonlight on the water, the exposure time was 1/60th second and ISO200.
When taking images of a full moon rising, try and do it while it’s still quite low in the sky because as it rises it just get too blown out to capture any detail on the surface. If there’s some cloud you may get away with it being a little higher in the sky as the clouds act like a filter.