Moon Photography with Buildings | Step by Step Planning Tutorial

By Rafael Pons

Have you ever walked through a place and thought: "It's too bad the Moon isn't RIGHT there... would have made a great photo!"?

In this video you’ll learn how to choose a shooting spot, and figure out the exact date and time the Moon will be aligned with a building you like.

I’ll do an example involving the full Moon and the CN Tower in Toronto Canada.

With practice it takes just a few seconds to do it.

Time Index

00:00 Introduction
00:57 Step 1: Find the Shooting Spot
05:05 Step 2: Find the Shooting Date and time
09:33 Step 3: Fine Tune the Plan
13:05 Link: How to Plan Next Full Moon

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