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    Snow by moonlight

    Photo taken in moonlight (handheld) from my bedroom window. Either the horizon is wonky or the telegraph pole is wonky. The two people walking down the road were a gift.

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    Re: Snow by moonlight

    Very nice!

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    Re: Snow by moonlight

    Some pictures are completely wrong, but still great.:

    Snow by moonlight

    Just a little obvious adjustment.

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    Re: Snow by moonlight

    I have no idea how you did that, but thank you.

    It was a grab-shot and I was pleased to catch the moment.

    Below is the scene during the day. Taken when I was sober.

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    Re: Snow by moonlight

    Peter

    What if you were to crop it from the top to make it a square picture (in other words lose the bottom half)? I just looked at that way and, with losing the part roof that we can see at the bottom left and trimming the size back as I suggest, we get even more attention onto the two people and it puts the horizon line in a better position, I think, in the frame. Just an idea.

    I think it's a lovely image...
    Taken when I was sober
    ...What were you on when you took it?

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    Re: Snow by moonlight

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    I think it's a lovely image... ...What were you on when you took it?
    Whatever it was, I want some!!!

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    Re: Snow by moonlight

    Hi Peter & welcome to CiC,

    I do like it. It is very eerie and the colour inside the homes very red in contrast. The two walking down the road really add to the scene. Well done.

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    Re: Snow by moonlight

    I like it too, wonk and all. Those "gift" moments are great, eh?

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    Re: Snow by moonlight

    Quote Originally Posted by MixedHerbs View Post
    Photo taken in moonlight (handheld) from my bedroom window. Either the horizon is wonky or the telegraph pole is wonky. The two people walking down the road were a gift.

    Peter.

    Snow by moonlight

    Hi,
    Very Well Done!

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    Re: Snow by moonlight

    Quote Originally Posted by MixedHerbs View Post
    I have no idea how you did that, but thank you.

    It was a grab-shot and I was pleased to catch the moment.

    Below is the scene during the day. Taken when I was sober.

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    Snow by moonlight
    You are pointing the camera down and verticals lean out buildings appear to lean forward, I also did horizontal perspective. Only a couple of minutes juggling with vertical and horizontal perspective tools and the rotation tool.

    I could do with some of that jungle juice.

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