Shooting the Super Moon
A super moon is a full moon that looks much bigger than normal and is a lot brighter. That is because the object is closer to the Earth than to a normal full moon. On average, the distance between the moon and the Earth is 384,000 kilometers. At a super moon, the moon is 'only' 357,000 kilometers away from us. A super moon occurs about three to four times a year. Albert Dros shows you how he shoots this spectacular phenomenon. Very instructive and handy to take with you when you are going to shoot your own super moon!