Capture the moon in all its glory with this classic collection of tips from Olympus Visionary, Peter Baumgarten.

As inky darkness settles across the land, and the creatures of the night begin to stir, Visionary Peter Baumgarten gets the urge to howl at, no sorry, photograph the full moon. As simple as it may seem, taking photos of the moon can be challenging. If your full moon images look like a glowing white dinner plate in the sky, you are not alone.

Get Peter's tips for full moon photography on his blog.

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Moon
Camera: OM-D E-M1 Mark II

Multiple Exposure
- Background: M.Zuiko Digital ED 7-14mm F2.8 PRO
- Moon: M.Zuiko Digital ED 300mm F4.0 IS PRO

Tip: When the moon first rises above the horizon it has a characteristic orange glow. To recreate that with a multiple exposure of the moon, try warming the white balance to 4000K or warmer.

Learn more about the Super Flower Moon on Space.com. Share your magnificent moon photography in the Olympus User Gallery.

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