The last time I did full moonlight was when there was a "super moon" (like the one this weekend) up and about. I used my Pentax 645 with Kodak E100S, and it looked like pure daylight, except for some lights reflecting on the water. I had hoped for color shifts or something, like star trails. It's just a matter of leaving the lens open longer, but I need something to distinguish that the photograph is made at night. Hmm, maybe I should try a polarizer. The moon was 90 degrees to the lens, and the sky just looked blue. A polarizer should cut that out so I could star trails.
Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera