Streaky Clouds

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  1. Draken

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    Dont know if anyone here knows him but one of my favorite photographers of all time is Marc Adamus. And alot of his shot have really streaky clouds see http://www.marcadamus.com just wondering how to get this effect ?

    cheers,

    Mike. :thumbup:
     
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    He says that his long exposures give that streaky effect to the clouds.
    His photos are beautiful!
    (You're missing the "r" in the website: http://www.marcadamus.com )
     
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    Those are awesome looking.
     
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    alot of his pictures are HDR as well.. so that will play some role.... at least they look like they are HDR
     
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    A lot of them look to me just like very good use of ND grad.
     
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    This is a list of his equipment:

    Canon 1Ds Mark III Camera
    Canon 16-35 f/2.8 II L lens
    Canon 24-105 f/4 L lens
    Canon 70-200 f/4 L lens
    Canon 2x tele-converter

    Gitzo 2540 Carbon Fiber tripod
    RRS Ball Head

    Singh-Ray Graduated Neutral Density Filters
    Polarizing filter
    2 and 4 stop solid Neutral Density Filters
     
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    yeah i've been in contact with him a while ago and he doesnt use HDR at all the closest he'l get is blending exposures. Hmm i guess its just simply long exposures on windy days so that the clouds are moving quite fast.
     
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    Proper link: http://www.marcadamus.com/ OP did something so the link when you click is different than the one shown. <shrug>

    Streaky effect might be from an elongated exposure. Not sure.

    Images are neat, but I don't think I saw a one on there that looked like you could pull it straight off a camera.
     

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