All of them were crappy but this one has hope...

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    It was odd. The sky was a purplish blue, and the digital camera ended up translating that to grey tones making it look like there's a dense fog. The moon in the background is what really makes this picture, I think.
     
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    Cool.. I like it... nice placement of the subject.
     
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    and that marks my first post! i forgot to introduce myself... i'm jeff...or andrew, whichever. 20 years old. indianapolis, indiana. amateur photographer hoping for professional status after i get better equipment.
     
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    Glad to have you here!
     
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    Cool Shot, sounds like an AWB error. What kind of camera did you use? I know the AWB on Canon's seem to have probs with color tones and light conditions like this.
     
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    I was using a Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P10 5 MegaPixel...
     
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    handheld, if that makes any difference.
     
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    Ah but alas the equipment does not make the man! Trust me, I know a few "Professionals" who only have alot of gadgets and not much craft. Besides nobody is going to simply buy a photo based on your gear, work on getting great shots and you will get there!

    Welcome to the forum!
     
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    i'm trying. i really really really need some better equipment though. i can't handle this peashooter. ...and i don't even have a freaking tripod! haha...
     
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    but...your point was taken.
     
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    OK I was just saying that I think the auto white balance could be to blame, but I think it looks cool anyway
    No, not really. Pretty clear for low light hand held shot though. Good job!
     
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    Ah yes, you have long road ahead grasshopper! It's better than a simple P+S though! At least you still have some manual controls on it.
     

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