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I have always been fascinated with the moon and the affect it has on us, so this led me to combining my passion for photography with the moon by creating a yearlong project to photograph every phase of the moon. The reason why it took me almost a year was more down to the British weather rather than my photography skills.
When I started it seemed like an easy task, but trying to capture the last phases to complete the project meant waiting months to get the right photo. One cloudy night and you have to wait another month to try again...
You don’t need to go to this degree of frustration, just find a clear night or early morning before the sunrises and get going.
So let’s get started.