Full moon was a couple nights ago. It was cloudy that evening, but the next morning was clear and I thought I'd go to the beach to take shots of the setting moon. When I reached the beach, I could tell that the moon was going to set on land, rather than in the water. I drove back to the high rise bridge, parked at a restaurant, and walked onto the bridge to take my photos.
The 50 or so shots I took all looked pretty much like this one - lousy! So, once more, Photoshop into the breach....
The auto levels feature gave an interesting blue picture.
For this image, I used the "cutout" filter. It does give the look of paper cutouts assembled in a collage.
I may have used "soft light" on this one. Then I used the filter called "lens flare" and centered the flare over the moon. A bit on the dreamy side....
For this last image, I went to Hue/Saturation and altered the hue to get this purple effect.
By the way, I looked up the definition for "into the breach": to do work that someone else is not able or not willing to do. I think that does a good job of summing up the relationship between my photographic efforts, and the help I get from Photoshop!