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Your Take: How to capture a ‘super’ supermoon
It’s supermoon Sunday! This weekend brings the start of the “Old Faithful” of meteor showers, the Perseids, plus the brightest supermoon of the year. If you’re looking to capture the best of the night sky, these tips from The Arizona Republic’s resident photographer extraordinaire, Dave Seibert, should help. TimingMoonrise is the best time to shoot a well-composed photo that includes your surroundings. Seibert suggests looking for reflections in lakes, silhouettes of planes, trains, animals or people. Location, location, locationMake sure you have a good line of sight toward the horizon. Lights, camera, actionGrab your smartphone, DSLR or old-fashioned 35mm and get ready to go. If you miss out, don’t worry. There will be another supermoon this fall.
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