Wrath of the clouds

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  1. A4Effort

    A4Effort TPF Noob!

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    C+C welcomed. PP done in GIMP.

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    Looks a little noisy. If you were on a tripod you could have used a lower ISO. What settings did you use on this picture? It looks awesome btw, good capture.

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    Yes it does look a bit noisy but I think thats due to the PP in GIMP.
    Here are the pic details:
    ISO: 400
    Shutter: 1/200
    F/stop: 4.5
     
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    You haven't done a bad job with the PP, nice and moody. However, that patch in the top right that looks like clear blue sky ruins the atmosphere that you've built up with the clouds in the rest of the shot.
     
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    I like it. I can't find any fault with it. It works for me!

    I think it might also look good if the orange patch were deeper tones too.

    Good job! :thumbup:
     
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    Thank you for the comments and CC. I will play some more with the PP and adjust what was mentioned above.
     

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