By now you know the drill. This is the 3rd supermoon in as many months in 2014. The moon is at perigee, closest to the earth, yada-yada-yada...
The moon is full on Monday, September 8th, but Sunday, Monday and Tuesday could all be great supermoon photo ops - or just a romantic sunset/moonrise.
Check the weather forecast and moonrise times in your area. Hint: the moonrise will be around sunset.
The best lighting for photos of the moon behind earthly subjects will be on Sunday and probably Monday. The supermoon will rise in a darker sky on Tuesday creating a dramatic contrast.
6 supermoons will occur in 2015, Jan/Feb/Mar and Aug/Sep/Oct with the largest appearing in September.
So, c'mon fellow amateur photographers, let's give it one more shot in 2014!