Nightly Night Photography Notes–Full Moon Tomorrow Morning

Post Update: I am no longer making Nightly Night Photography Notes posts on this blog. Instead, I am providing regular night photography news updates through the Night Photography News eNewsletter. Signing up is free and easy. Simply click the link, enter your email address, and choose Night Photography News from the list choices.

Don’t forget, the full moon occurs at 2:30 a.m. tomorrow morning (EST). If you haven’t already been out shooting landscapes by the light of the moon, you have at least 3 more good nights of moonlight left.

Nightly Night Photography Notes is a nightly (almost) nutshell of photo news and tidbits for night photographers. If I’m not out in the wilds creating night images, I’ll do my best to keep you updated on what’s going on in the dark. I need your help, though. If you know about anything coming up that night photographers might like to know about, please let me know in an email and I’ll make a post about it. Please note that I live in western North Carolina, USA, so unless indicated otherwise, all discussions that are location and time specific are based on latitude 35 degrees north and Eastern Time Zone, which is -5 hours from UTC time (-4 hours during daylight saving time).  

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One Response to “Nightly Night Photography Notes–Full Moon Tomorrow Morning”

  1. darren123 Says:

    What is the best time of month and moon phase to shoot waterfalls at night? I want to get the stars. Also can you recommend a good LED light to project on the Falls while shooting the photo??

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