A quick tip, hope you don't mind... if your lens has image stabilisation on it, it might be this that is causing the shake when using a tripod. Maybe try switching it off and see if the tripod helps out more. Not that you needed it for this shot. Looks like a good exposure and a reasonable shutter speed.
Originally Posted by mikerob2334
A lovely, atmospheric photo. I hope you won't mind me saying that if you wanted to get more detail in the moon, you could by using a faster shutter speed (with same aperture) or smaller (bigger number) aperture (with same shutter speed). The moon is a bright object in a dark sky and the meter in the camera tries to expose for both so makes the moon look like it's glowing rather than capturing its detail.
Originally Posted by doodles
Samsung NX5 14.2MP (MILC or CSC) with 18-55mm kit lens. +1, +2, +3 and +10 close up lens. 50-200mm zoom lens. Sigma APO DG 70-300mm (pentax mount with adapter)
Olympus Mju 790SW Tough P+S
Husband: "Depth of field calculator? Does that tell you how far down your potatoes are?"