Under Clouds

Not a great photo, but I really like how the angle and the lens (16-35mm f4) skewed the shape of some of the objects in this image.

I also like the curvature of the pattern from the clouds and how they are so much more massive than everything else to the point where they could almost wrap around everything in the scene.

Now that I think about it, they probably could.

I think its great that there are few people in the image as you get a good level of clarity.

Overall I think it’s a photo that feels slightly off. That’s likely due to the warping.

I hope you enjoy.

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2 Responses to Under Clouds

  1. Keystoning is what you have there caused by the wide-angle lens. Photoshop or lightroom should be able to fix it with the built-in lens calibrator. It looks like it was a nice day there.

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