Quote Originally Posted by markbarendt View Post
IME the fully lit moon photographs well at sunny 16.

The moon in eclipse though will be much darker, IDK.

With negative roll film I'd start by opening up maybe 4-stops from sunny 16 to start and then bracket by opening another 2-stops each for another 3 frames from there.

DOF isn't typically an issue because we are normally way past the hyper focal distance for most any lens at any aperture, unless you are attached to a telescope. So I'd focus at infinity and set aperture wide open because the moon is in motion, time is a real issue.
ahhh there you go .. FULL moon at sunny16
i don't feel like such a dope now