We just experienced a once in a lifetime super-moon eclipse here in California. I was trying to capture the maximum dynamic range in a single frame and this is what I got. At the brightest, on the left, we can see the sliver of the moon that has begun to emerge from the Earth’s shadow. Moving to the right we can see how the rest of the Moon continues to fade into the darkness of Earth’s shadow. The “red” comes from the light that leaks around the Earth’s atmosphere to mildly illuminate the moon. And finally, in the background we can see the faint stars, making this such a celestial view. This was all in a single capture, using RAW. I had tried exposure bracketing but ended up with too many artifacts so chose this simple, clean image instead.