The Moon has always been a captivating subject for photographers around the globe, especially at those rare times when it appears as a supermoon or even a blood moon. However, it can be tricky to do it justice. It can be challenging shooting a bright subject that's very far away in low light, as well as framing and focusing at long focal lengths. But with the right photography kit and exposure settings, plus careful planning before you head out, you can shoot wonderfully detailed lunar photos and atmospheric moonscapes. Here, we share all the information you need to shoot the Moon with expert advice on settings and kit as well as tips on how to get the best lunar images from astrophotographer Mara Leite.