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very nice landscape image - wonderful clouds mood.

 

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John -

 

And not a race car in sight. Gorgeous for scope, composition, contrast, tonal richness and depth.

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I like this photo, John. Well captured indeed.

Did you use a filter? Whats up with the 'streaking' in the sky?

 

Amado

 

Just the IR-cut filter the M8 needs but then I used Exposure to emulate Konica 850 IR film stock. played with curves.

 

The streaking in the sky on the left under the cloud base is virga, rain which never reaches the ground.

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Great contrast and composition! No filter used? The clouds are popping out nicely!

 

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