Playing with the clouds

I think I’ve already mentioned that here, but I like cloud pictures. These huge masses suspended over our heads are impressive, and when the sun starts playing hide-and-seek with them, you’re in for a magical moment; however, what I like most is the liberty they grant the photographer in post-processing. Push the clarity to 100? Sure, no problem. What about altering the colors? Yep, let’s go.
When I’m editing the picture of a bird, I feel like I must keep it realistic, natural. When it’s a cloud picture, I feel like I can do anything, and that feels good!

Here are illustrations of what I’m talking about, all taken in the end of my day in Ølsemagle Revle. Enjoy the pictures, but don’t hesitate to share any thought you’d have about them, or any personal experience related to clouds or post-processing 🙂

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> Cloud gallery on Flickr

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