The other night I went out and photographed the moon and Venus since they were so close together with this composite in mind. I've had the eagle image for a couple of years and finally found a use for it. What do you think?
Thanks, I'm glad you liked it!hmmm, Night Eagles. I like it.
Thank you Frank! I'm just weird.:biggrin:Andy,
Beautiful image. Kinda shows the difference between a talented photographer and a technician (like me). I would never even think of a composite like this.
Well done. :smile:
Thank you for the nice compliment!Perfectly wonderful, you have a great eye for detail.
Thanks Gary. I'll have to ponder the title.Neat composition, Andy
You need to add title to it
Thank you Frank! You never know how others will respond to something like this. I really appreciate the compliment.Wow Andy...what a cool composition. This should be printed huge and placed on a wall.
That's usually what I do.:redface:I wanted to take a picture of that but I never got to it. (the moon)
Thanks!Really neat shot, I like it!!!
The blue is definitely not the color it was that evening although it had a blue tint. I used a tungsten color during raw conversion to get this hue. I wasn't going for a realistic version per say but rather how I wanted it to look for this particular idea. Looking forward to seeing your image!Andy good idea. Fine work. I would like to see the BG a bit less blue and a shade more to the gray of night or is the blue the actual color. Funny I have on in my files of a pair of young eaglets in the nest at sundown and I made something like this. I'll post it and see if you care for the grayish sky color of nightfall.