A NASA photographer's 4 tips for shooting Sunday's Supermoon eclipse

September 25, 2015 5:02 AM

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Bill Ingalls, NASA's senior photographer, is one of the world's acknowledged greats at photographing sky events. His pictures of eclipses and Supermoons have been ranked among the Top 10 more than once. So with Sunday's Supermoon full eclipse coming up, Ingalls offers tips for taking a picture your family won't forget.

1. Most important, Ingalls says, is, "Don't make the mistake of photographing the moon by itself with no reference to anything. I've done it myself, but everyone will get that shot. Instead, think of how to make the image creative - that means tying it into some land-based object. It can be a local ...

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