Jupiter despite fading remains visible as a beautiful evening object towards the west just after sunset. The planet can't be mistaken; at mag. -2.0 it dominates its surrounding region of sky. No other currently visible celestial objects apart from the Sun and Moon are brighter than Jupiter although Mars is only marginally fainter. However, it's impossible to confuse the two planets. Mars is visible towards the east on the opposite side of the sky and is deep orange in colour compared to brilliant white Jupiter.
This month a nice early evening visual and photographic opportunity occurs on June 11th when the waxing crescent Moon (45% illuminated) passes only 1.5 degrees south of the planet.