Hi all. I was fortunate to have an amazing close encounter with a young bull moose last weekend. It was early in the morning and very foggy, which gave the scene great atmosphere. However, I am struggling with how to edit the images. I want to retain the misty atmosphere but also accentuate the moose, and I feel like I am having a hard time finding the right balance. Here are two of the images - a vertical and a horizontal, that I have edited with just a few minor global adjustments for exposure and vibrance/saturation. I then brushed on some local adjustments to the moose in each. Generally about +20 to shadows and minus 20 to blacks, with a little clarity thrown in, trying to add a bit of contrast and detail without making it look artificially clear given the mist in the rest of the scene. I am curious what you all think of these edits and if you have some suggestions for how to improve it, or how to handle foggy wildlife scenes generally. Also, do you prefer the vertical or the horizontal composition? Thanks in advance for the feedback!