Canon 80D, EF-S 18-135 lens, tripod. ISO 800, f3.5, shutter 1.3 seconds, focal length 18mm.
Brightened tree in right foreground and hills along bottom of the frame.
As Jupiter and the moon were appearing together, I set up my Canon 80D on a tripod. I could initially see the moon and Jupiter as white dots in my viewfinder as I had to stoop to determine where they were in the frame. I then took six or seven blind exposures with incremental variations on the shutter speed, and this is the best one. When setting up, I could not see the hills at the bottor nor the branches of the tree to the right. The tree branches were inadvertently --but luckily-- brightened by small lights strung along the railing of our back porch. I just had to brighten them a bit post-processing.