There are an average of 4-6 supermoons per year. But this will definitively be the one to photograph; it will be the closest supermoon of the year (356,509 kilometers or 221,524 miles). What’s more, this November 14, 2016 full moon will showcase the moon at its closest point to Earth thus far in the 21st century (2001 to 2100), and the moon won’t come this close again until the full moon of November 25, 2034.

Join Inbal Tur-Shalom to the Supermoon Photography Workshop where you can learn and experiment how to photograph the biggest and brightest supermoon so far this century.

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About Inbal Tur-Shalom

Inbal is a multidisciplinary photographer based in Amsterdam. Being a multidisciplinary photographer means that quite a few genres of photography interest her and she chose to follow all of them. Inbal also likes to teach others the ‘magic’ of photography and what a better way to do so than in the streets of Amsterdam the city that she is in-love with!

If you want to learn more about Inbal Tur-Shalom, you can visit her site at