Hi Guys, Looking for some help. I like to take pictures with the moon in them, for example a city skyline (theortically, not taken one yet), landscapes etc. but maintain detail in the skyline/landscape AND get some detail in the moon. My challenge is that I want the moon to not be a blown out white smudge in the sky. How do you guys do that? do you use a graduated ND filter? do you bracket the shot and if so how many stops? do you take multiple images and stack? or do you photoshop a previous capture into the image later? I am struggling with this one as there is a lane, a dark lane near my house and it is spooky as hell but I cannot reproduce the horror movie look that I see with my eye - the dark but detailed trees and undergrowth, with the ominous moon above peeking through the trees. - bit dramatic but you get the drift. Help! Ken.