winter night II

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  1. mentos_007

    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    or this one:?

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    or maybe this?
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    Which one is the best and why? I need a honest critique :)
     
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    Each one, IMO, has it's strengths and weaknesses.
    1) I like the moon in the picutre, but the clouds look off. I'm not sure what processing you did, but the couds in this one and the second one are look very brown and overexposed. Also, there is a purple dot in this one near the middle, probably from lense glare.

    2) I think i like this one the most of the three. As I mentioned before, something looks off with the cloads. It looks like the moon is behind the clouds in this shot, which I really like, but the clouds look as if there is too much contrast...I can't place my finger on it.

    3) I don't relaly have much to say about this one. There isn't anything that I really like or don't like about it. The glow on the tree is nice.

    hope this helps some... :)
     
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    i really like the third one and how it is outlined with the snow, very neat

    the second, at the bottom, i suppose clouds? kind of confused me because i couldn't tell what it was at first
     
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    thanks for your replies! the blurred cloud is because I used long exposure (about 2 sec) and there was very strong wind that moved the cloud through the moon :)
     

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