I was out shooting last night at my usual time of and managed to set this silhouette scene up. I'm curious to see what all of you think, because I do a fair amount of work experimenting with these after-dark blue tones, and I wonder if anyone else cares for it. Unfortunately, it lost some of it's depth in the compression process, but imagine it just a touch deeper in the blues and you're there: Now the technical question: Is there any way yo prevent the moon from getting so blown out that it becomes a misshapen blob? This is a roughly 400% crop (I know, but it's noticeable well below 100%), and it's clearly way overexposed with a bad case of highlight purple fringing. All I can think of is to exposure blend, but even that seems like it would be a little tricky. Please critique/tip away. I'm interested to see if anyone else finds this appealing.