Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera View Post
Try shooting in mixed lighting to get better at night photography, then work your way up to full moonlight.

Kodak Portra 160nc, Mamiya RB67, 180mm lens.
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.