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This is a discussion on approaching summer storm within the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; snapped this shot of some ominous-looking clouds moving in from the southwest toward Mt. Rainier on Sunday. processed with ReDynaMix ...

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    snapped this shot of some ominous-looking clouds moving in from the southwest toward Mt. Rainier on Sunday. processed with ReDynaMix to accentuate the clouds, then converted to B&W... taken with a 5D and 24-135 lens @ 37mm, 1/30 @ f/16...

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    Quite a powerful looking cloud formation.

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    This is awesome!
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    Very very strong image! If I may, a wee bit more PP (up the contrast a bit - burn in brightest top central cloud) here could make this sing even louder and increase the ominous feel!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    Very very strong image! If I may, a wee bit more PP (up the contrast a bit - burn in brightest top central cloud) here could make this sing even louder and increase the ominous feel!
    thanks, Marko... went back and did a bit more PP... it does seem more dramatic!

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    the second shot at pp makes it great - nice work
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