Yet another Singapore Skyline but with a moon.


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chaotic

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Here's the standard singapore skyline with a moon.

 

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Interesting shot, you sure not moon fever as bro jbma said? :bsmilie:

Maybe if you move your shot more to the left to get the fell s'pore skyline... It will balance the left and right sides of the photo.

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I think there's too much space at the top.
 

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So bro, would you advise to ask the moon to move closer to the buildings? hehe... just kidding! :bsmilie:
 

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move closer with a super WA, or do a double exposure else digitally pull it down. A double exposure would allow the moon (half-moon?) to be a lot clearer, rather a whitish blob right now.
 

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thanks for the comments.

move closer? I will either fall in the water or need to hire a boat.

it's already using a fish-eye.. hard to get any wider.

the moon was too far up.. if someone can bring down the moon a little, i will try the pic again. :bsmilie:
 

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chaotic said:
thanks for the comments.

move closer? I will either fall in the water or need to hire a boat.

it's already using a fish-eye.. hard to get any wider.

the moon was too far up.. if someone can bring down the moon a little, i will try the pic again. :bsmilie:
Actually, using PS, cut the moon out and paste it nearer to the bottom... There! You have moved the moon! :)
 

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