I didn't know if I could pull this off, but I wanted to try anyway. I went to a spot where I knew I could line up downtown Pittsburgh with the Full Blood Moon eclipse in its entirety the other night. I set the camera to capture a shot every 3 minutes. For this image, I used every other shot captured until the Moon was fully red. I processed 16 images then stacked in Photoshop to form this one collage. Camera is EOS R, with RF 15-35 Lens - f3.5 at 22mm, ISO 160 - exposure times varied.
Great preparation and research, executed with skill and resulting in a great image.