I think post processing falls a little bit short here in this forum, so here we go with a thread dedicated to post process your images! I think most will agree post processing is just as important as the shooting itself, so I'm curious what you all do to your images before publishing them! The rules in short: Post one shot that's directly out of the camera (either RAW or JPEG) without any corrections done, and the finished version directly below. Then explain in a few words what you did to the image in post. Commenting on other's post processing (or the images in general) is of course appreciated. So here we go: What I did: I brightened up the foreground a bit, used a cloud brush on a soft light layer to get the texture on the mountains, I cloned out all the wires, added a second layer with the moon texture (shot with the camera in the same position, only with a shorter shutter speed), copied the background and brought it back as a soft light layer with a layer mask and I added some stars with a white brush. Finally I did the usual dodging, burning, sharpening and some color corrections.