That's kind of a joke,
a name a friend gave me because back in 2010 I took a zillion...
no, TWO zillion photos of the full moon.
About ten came out (semi-)worthy of posting.
I loved to zoom in really close.
Here's the post I wrote that explained my process:
I still love zooming in close,
but to be honest,
the moon doesn't change much from month to month.
Now I challenge myself to capture different images of the moon,
like the one below.
So my process has changed.
I usually start at the settings in the post above,
see what I captured,
and start making adjustments.
I mostly use Lightroom for post-processing now.
For this one I reduced noise
added clarity and brightness.
You'll find my camera settings for this particular image below it.
Happy Moon Chasing!
Exposure 1/125 sec at f / 5.0
Focal Length 140 mm