Total Lunar Eclipse, July 6, 1982, Pompton Lakes, NJ © Richard M. Coda
July 6, 1982 to be exact. That could only mean Tri-X on the 4x5.
I had no idea what I was doing or how to properly meter and expose the moon. So I just set up my 4x5" camera in my parents driveway and left the shutter open with the lens cap on. I removed the cap every 10 minutes and I honestly cannot remember how long I left the cap off. Judging from the negative and flare I would say I over-exposed it by at least a stop, maybe two.
Anyway, I missed the eclipse just a few days ago... it occurred in the early morning and I needed some sleep. Hopefully I will be ready for one of the next eclipses visible in North America during my lifetime.
One of these days I am going to photograph the Milky Way on my 8x10" camera... the night skies in my backyard are incredible.