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The Moon Was Teed Off Over a Rise in the Distance (Capitol Reef National Park)

The Moon Was Teed Off Over a Rise in the Distance (Capitol Reef National Park)

With the black & white image I captured at this point, I didn't have much to deal with in pulling shadowed areas back and keeping the color. Here I did and was glad I'd found a spot in some darker toned areas caught in sunlight. With that I was able to make some adjustments to the highlights with its colors and details and pull out some colors in the shadowed areas and minimize color cast.

In the end, this image was about the moon and the setting with the one rise along the ridge and cliff wall off in the distance while using some nearby rock wall and trees as a frame.

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Photo taken on 7 October 2017 (© thor_mark  / Flickr)

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