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Moonrise Over Bend, Oregon

 
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Mar 06, 2010 09:50 |  #1

Here is a picture I took a last weekend, I like it a lot, let me know what you think.


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Mar 06, 2010 10:19 |  #2

I love the FOV, and the color, the reflection off the clouds, and the lighting throughout the image. The only problem I see is that the moon is overexposed. Very tough to get the foreground like you did without overexposing the moon.
What many people will do for that is to take two shots. One to expose the foreground and a second to get a good proper exposure of the moon. Then they will combine the two in PS cutting out the overblown moon and replacing it with the properly exposed moon from the second shot.
I've seen some very good images done this why but have yet to try it myself. I'm sure there is more to it that just cutting out the bad and replacing it with the good. There must be some edge blending and feathering done as well.


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Mar 08, 2010 01:00 |  #3

Very cool! Interesting effect with the moon being more setting-sun-colored, but at nighttime :)


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Mar 08, 2010 11:14 |  #4
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Interesting setting. Keep it up!


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Mar 08, 2010 18:25 |  #5

Bend, Oregon? Hah, my friend from college used to live there. Great pic.


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Mar 10, 2010 05:34 |  #6

I like it more than a lot!! :)


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