Hand holding is not too bad with a 900mm equivalent.I've done a lot of moon photos and with a full, bright moon, I find hand holding not an issue or bracing yourself as you get pretty fast shutter speeds even at lowest ISO but wide aperture. Now if you are using a 1000mm lens it can be problematic.
Quite true. One of the best moon shots I've seen was a composite of several images (2, I believe, though there may have been 3) where each was taken with the moon in a different phase. The results was very clearly delineated craters with an overall lighting effect similar to studio "butterfly" lighting....I really don't get all the fuss over 'supermoons' the best shots of the moon are taken when the light is grazing the surface giving more definition to the craters...
You could send some to the southeast. We are dry as a bone and burning up and blowing away.Please explain this "moon" concept to me. I live in the Pacific Northwest and we have periods of the day with light clouds, dark clouds, and rain throughout. I am not familiar with this "moon" or this other thing that people refer to as "sun". Will either of these do anything to the moss growing on my back?
I'm not happy with our weather forecast. I would love to photograph this super moon, but am not counting on it given the record rains we have had this past month.