This February's full moon is the closest to the earth and therefore, will be the largest one of the year. I wish I'd had the chance to catch it lower in the horizon and larger. As it is, the moon was exceptionally bright all night long, brightening the sky making most of the night seem like a late afternoon.
Does anyone know what I can do to reduce the reflective light that is captured by my new lens? I love my new lens so I don't want to give it up. But, I can't shoot anything at night with it because there is always a green reflective light that shows up in each image. Ugh!