No, (if you are talking about my picture,) that picture is straight from the camera. It was a full moon rising up over a lake in northern Wisconsin on a dark night - just a very odd colored moon that became yellow then almost white as it rose higher in the sky. I was sitting on a deck up on a hill and saw the moon rise, so I ran down to the lake to watch it come up over the trees and water. It was worth getting eaten alive by mosquitoes to get that picture, and I took several of the moon just as it was rising above the trees. It was taken with a Canon Powershot SX 150 IS, F/5.6, 1/60 sec., ISO-400. My date/time function on that camera is broken, but I believe it was the night of the 4th of July, 2012, so there may have been lingering smoke in the sky from fireworks. I tried several different settings that night, but that is the one that came out the truest to what I was seeing.
I'm not sure if I posted that picture in the right thread. It certainly isn't as technical as most of the beautiful shots already posted here, but it was the best I know how to do with the camera I had with me that night.
Thank you in advance for any comments.
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