Create a moonstack
Capture the passage of time
If your lens isn’t long enough to get a frame-filling shot of the moon, try shooting a moonstack. You’ll need to take a number of frames of the moon as it moves through the sky and then combine these in Photoshop. You’ll also have to take an additional picture where you’ve exposed for the landscape rather than the moon; this will provide your final composite image with a well-exposed backdrop. The trick with a moonstack is to work out the interval between shots, and then to keep it consistent by using a stopwatch.
Instead of using a stopwatch, you can automate the process with a built-in or external intervalometer, such as Triggertrap Mobile