Under the Weather.

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  1. Chiller

    Chiller Mental case

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    Was on the way home the other day, and we had some rain clouds pokin around the area. I could see this stuff forming in my rear view mirror and decided to stop at the Rouge river. To my surprise...the fishermen never even packed it in.:lol: I did not have my tripod, so I just hand held these.
    There wasnt much colour in the sky with this shot, so I desaturated it. Thought the clouds looked a bit more threatening. Stuck on a NDgrad filter to help a bit with the exposure.
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    Turns out...after a few minutes...the rain never came, and things started to break up.....a secret...always keep a tripod handy. It was really dark over my head when I shot these.

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    By this time that black cloud was directly over head.

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    oh well...better luck next time. :dunno:
     
  2. spiffybeth

    spiffybeth TPF Noob!

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    omg. the fisherman shot is amazing!!!!!!!!
     
  3. BoblyBill

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    Nice shots Chiller! Looks like you a had a very beautiful storm to take pictures of. Nice job ever though you didn't have a tripod.
     
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    Wow...1 and 2 are absolutely amazing..... the 1st one it makes you feel relaxed....

    Congratulations..


    bye

    Valerio Santarelli
     

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