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    Full Moon Setting

    Hi,
    Thanks for viewing my pictures. Your comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.

    These two pictures were taken this past weekend, as the full moon was setting. The location is Pier 60 on Clearwater Beach, Florida.

    Thanks again,
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    Re: Full Moon Setting

    Both are beautiful Rob. It's hard to decide a favourite, but I really love #2

    Wendy

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    Re: Full Moon Setting

    I am with Wendy. Love both # has more to say.
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    Wow, what great photos no is something else well done Joe

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    Great shots. I like the first one best. The colors are beautiful. Why the frame in the second shot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Letrow View Post
    Great shots. I like the first one best. The colors are beautiful. Why the frame in the second shot?
    That's strange! I didn't even notice the frame in #2 because I liked the photo so well. #2 is a real "gasper".

    edit: and one of the reasons that I didn't notice the frame, probably, is because it's almost the exact same color of my background.
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    Re: Full Moon Setting

    Thanks everyone for the nice comments

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    Re: Full Moon Setting

    Peter,
    Thanks.
    IDK, I couldn’t decide about the frame. Here’s the same picture without the frame.

    Thanks,
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    Wow both are beautiful but my favorite is the second one! I've been trying to capture the full moon the other night but unfortunately my camera went out of charge boohoo. Nice photos!

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    Concur with most that number two is "the one". Very good composure. Only thing the throws my eye is the pinkinsh highlight in the top-mid right. Maybe clone that out (just an idea) or drop the saturation on that spot. *Looks like a sign in the window or something like that neon type thingish.

    Good work

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    Hi Rob,

    I also prefer number 2, but the second frameless version is better still because there's no barrier across the bottom of frame, so the eye just follows the water up and into the picture.

    I'd also agree with the suggestion to clone out the red light.

    Good work, both of them,

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    Re: Full Moon Setting

    Thanks Jim and Dave.
    Jim you were right, that is an “OPEN” sign in the window. I’ll try and clone it out.
    Thanks again,
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    Very nice, great reflections. #1 is my favorite. Both are good.

    Chuck

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    Re: Full Moon Setting

    Rob, your last edit of the second image makes it into the "excellent" arena for me. Beautifully composed and well thought through. Being there at the right time was the only bit of luck.

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    Yes, the second photo sans frame is right on the money. It frames itself very nice.

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    Excellent shot! Works a treat. You should be chuffed with yourself..... I know I would be!

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    Full Moon Setting

    I like image one, there is a balance between the left and right hand side and the blues are gorgeous!

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