The best time to shoot the moon is not on a full moon as what most people think. The best nights start from tonight when the moon enters the ‘waning gibbous’ phase.
Because it is no longer fully lit by the sun, one can see the craters near the waning edge. The angle of the creeping dark side depends on whether you are viewing or photographing from the northern or southern hemisphere.
Olympus OM-D, ISO 200 f8, 1/13 sec.