Just playing around with my first painting. Figured a day to night was a good exercise. Just a quick question about the far background of the painting though. In the day shots I see, the distant backgrounds are kept fairly light to follow traditional painting rules to show depth. When turning my shot into a night version does this still hold true? The moon is not visible in shot and the angle is a kind of 3/4 birds eye view. Would it be better to have the image gradually fade out to black or near black as it leaves the city? a) Because there is less man-made light and b) the horizon line is not visible so the sky is not in the shot.