Grace Lee  


Moonrise at Cave Cathedral Rocks by Grace Lee

November 2020 - Moonrise at Cave Cathedral Rocks

About the Image(s)

I remember one gentlemen of our group did ask me about this moonrise photo which I have taken in the same time with Star/ Galaxy photo. I just edit it last two weeks,so I put it on for this time.
taken 8/07/2020
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV.
F2.8
2sec
ISO-3200


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14 comments posted




Larry Treadwell   Larry Treadwell
(Groups 36 & 67)
I really like the composition and the highlighted areas are beautiful.

For me,I feel the foreground is to vast to remain so dark. I wonder if the leading ling formed by the water could be brighten just a little bit to off set the great amount of darkness in the foreground? That is just my thought, you image is beautiful and if the dark version is your preference, then that is the right way to go. Well Done.   Posted: 11/02/2020 10:42:49
Grace Lee   Grace Lee
Thanks Larry! i found it's my monitor's issue. I am now my mobile to read, i realised the mobile phone screen shown photos are much dark then my monitor at home. i need to adjust the brightness of my monitor and also light the water part a bit. Thanks for your value advices๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™   Posted: 11/23/2020 13:53:53



Tom McCreary   Tom McCreary
Very interesting image and you captured the moonrise very well. I like the moodiness of the darkness. The brighter out of focus area at the bottom keeps drawing my eye from the moon. I would crop it off.   Posted: 11/12/2020 09:48:31
Grace Lee   Grace Lee
Thanks Tom. I think it's issue of the water part too dark; i will work on it and put revised photo here late.   Posted: 11/23/2020 13:55:26



Tony Tam   Tony Tam
Very nice image. I like the darkness mood, it give me a mysterious feeling.   Posted: 11/20/2020 20:30:18
Grace Lee   Grace Lee
Thanks Tony. It's beautiful place, i hope i can show the original beauty of nature.   Posted: 11/23/2020 13:57:54



Rich Sears   Rich Sears
Grace, I really like your image as is. My eye travels obviously first to the moon and then laterally to the right, both following rule of third. Then I favor the upper completely dark ceiling. I find I am also responding to your having lighten the rocks in the foreground. Without that my eye would not travel compeletly in a circular motion around the entire scene.
Well done.   Posted: 11/22/2020 16:43:57
Grace Lee   Grace Lee
Thanks Rich๐Ÿ™ I'm glad you like it. Thanks fir your compliment and encouragement!   Posted: 11/23/2020 14:00:02



Paul McLaughlin   Paul McLaughlin
Grace, I love the image. You have really captured the moonrise and moodiness of the location. The darker area at the bottom does pull my eye and make me gravitate to that portion of the image stealing my attention for the moonrise.
Another very interesting image Grace. I really enjoy your perspective.   Posted: 11/27/2020 10:30:25
Grace Lee   Grace Lee
Thanks Paul. I just edit follow you all suggestions. Thanks everyone!   Posted: 11/30/2020 07:42:17
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Les Tyler   Les Tyler
I like the darkness of this image. I find the bottom part of the photo holds me down there. I would crop some off the bottom   Posted: 11/28/2020 18:52:04
Grace Lee   Grace Lee
I did crop some as above photo. but I also edit another vision with dark the bottom part....as attached. Thanks Les!   Posted: 11/30/2020 07:43:57
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Grace Lee   Grace Lee
I also added a bit warm color.   Posted: 11/30/2020 07:45:59



Barbara Mallon   Barbara Mallon
I like the rocks at the bottom and your warm treatment just above. To me the photo would have more impact if the top were cropped so that the moon was closer to the dominant third focal point. I realize this eliminates some of the cave feeling, but I like it better. I especially like the lighting on the big jagged rock to the right of the moon!   Posted: 11/30/2020 18:35:41