- dougsphotos (849)
- [2006-10-09 12:14]
Hi there Evelynn,
This is an impressive sky you've captured! Verr much "right place right time" and nicely taken too - the exposure and colouring is spot on!
- uleko (10940)
- [2006-10-09 12:53]
Wow, this is just like a painting by August Strindberg! Fantastic moment you've captured so well. I must start looking up a bit more!
What an impressive photo. The colors are so intens. I, as a sky lover, really love the shape of the clouds and how the sunlight created those difference in brightness of the sunrays.
I am trying to think of a reason why the unprocessed version was more red. The only thing I can think of is the white balance, but then I am not sure if you shot this in RAW or JPEG.
- massougareux (834)
- [2006-10-09 13:12]
I like much contrast between the sunbeam and sinks it of the clouds.
- pvs (14464)
- [2006-10-09 13:20]
Quite impressive shot of these clouds and light formation,my compliments,
- fryz (120)
- [2006-10-09 14:35]
j'adore!! très bonne effet de lumière ;)
un temps certainement préorageux!?
- Signal-Womb (11094)
- [2006-10-09 17:08]
I am not a big fan of sky shots but this is indeed something special Evelynn. Its like the return of the Messiah. Good work.
- Valf (522)
- [2006-10-09 17:19]
Very good picture of the sky. I like the effect of ray of light and the clouds are beautiful.
- lovenature (6391)
- [2006-10-09 17:19]
Dramatic sky Evelynn, wow.
I can see why you asked your husband to stop for a photo opportunity :)
The dark clouds really look ominous and scary. Interesting lighting.
- BillyGoat (4827)
- [2006-10-09 20:04]
Wow fantastic capture of a fleeting moment of tremendous light! A bit of shadow highlight might bring out the dark clouds a bit more though.
- manyee (23770)
- [2006-10-10 1:58]
WOW... I am just speechless!
Just stunning on all levels.
TFS. : )
What a shot - glad your husband is as well trained as mine is! just beautiful...
I was wondering if it woudl have been better in portrait to capture more of the funnel - but maybe there was no more to capture.
As for the red and the unprocessed image - are you refering to how it looked on the camera - guessing so becuase you said you took it in jpeg... I have noticed that the lcd on my camera makes things a slightly different colour to the actual picture, at a guess I woudl say it is something to do with the technology that Canon use to put the image on the lcd panel and how it estimates the colours etc. i have also noticed that Canon pictures tend to be more red than Nikon ones which tend to be bluer.. then again I might be up the wrong creek and simply wasting space!
Wow! Absolutely breathtaking! If its one thing Im very fond of - it is this. Sunrays though thick clouds. The colour, exposure and detail in this picture is absolutely fantastic. I love it!
- undoredo (2740)
- [2006-12-06 23:54]
This is an amazing shot you captured very well.
Beautiful colours with excellent details!!
Very well done,
Thanks for sharing lovely photo.
Spectacular shot Evelynn.
It is as though a spell has just been cast up there in the heavens! Wonderful timing.
I like the yellow, perhaps you could put the original redder image in a workshop as comparison?
Well done on this awe-inspiring photo.