The other day the Full Moon was at perigee (the closest point during its eliptical orbit). At Astronomy Pic of the Day has a great comparison of “Supermoon” and the Sun, taken with the same equipment. You can see that “Supermoon” appeared larger than the Sun.
The Full Moon on May 6 was photographed with the same camera and telescope used to image the Sun (with a dense solar filter!) on the following day.
On 20 May there will be a Full Moon and, coincidentally, and eclipse, and the Moon will be nearly “Minimoon”, nearly at apogee, thus producing an annular eclipse.