This appeared as a version of another shot 2 days ago - I've brightened the left hand side up a little bit on Nick Waltons' suggestion, but it's otherwise unchanged.
Posted it in its own right as I preferred this one and quite a few other did too.
Before you tell me that the sky is burned out and it's a shame, have a think - is the burned sky a bad thing, what are you missing with that being burned? Take a look at the shot 2 days ago where the sky was not burned (due to a HDR) and compare the 2.
Then if you still think it's bad, tell me why - just curious to know why because I'm convinced that people say this because of conditioning rather than any genuine reason.
|Camera:||Canon EOS 5D |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|