Moonrise - edited, smaller, sml. watermark, C&C

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  1. Eclipse

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    Hopefully you can see this one :) C&C gratefully accepted.

    f/8, 1/250, ISO 400
     
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  2. Getson

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    Composition wise, it looks good. The moon, to me, is a funny shade of orange though.
     
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    Very Nice! the moon does look like a weird shade of orange but overall i like it
     
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    color seems a bit off on the moon and I thiink I would like the trees to be in focus but thats just me
     
  5. Eclipse

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    Interestingly the moon really was that colour (or awfully close to it) - which I why I scooted out to set up the shot - not your normal moon at all:D

    Phew - at least it's no longer the invisible picture. Thanks for the comments.
     
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    The moon looks really unnatural.
     
  7. Eclipse

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    SOOC version - almost

    Just to prove that I didn't fiddle with the colour - this is almost SOOC -just converted from RAW and re-sized - no cropping, no light or colour adjustments.

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