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Welcome to the gallery!


This thread is all about photos with clouds. Not just clouds, though. Beautiful clouds! Clouds are beautiful puffy white things, and they make for some excellent photos. They can be in any form, though. Grey, white, orange at sunset..... heck, if you have a photo of Purple and green clouds, post 'em.


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i went out to get sunrise pics this morning.. and i liked the pic of the clouds in this one.. i hope i captured it well. i liked the flatness of the bottom of the clouds and the fluffiness of the tops.




by the way this shot is has not been altered just opened in photoshop for me to crop it panoramic style..

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no one else out there has any cloud pix?

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Sunrise Picture from our vacation in Myrtle Beach. Shot with a Canon PS from the balcony of our condo.

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Wow, thats beautiful Phototini. How much tweaking/photoshopping did you do though?
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Wow, thats beautiful Phototini. How much tweaking/photoshopping did you do though?
Hardly any at all, small levels adjustment, and bumped up the saturation a tad and sharpened. Total time spent in PS was less than 45 seconds. I'll post the SOOC shot for comparison. And thank you for kind comment.

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always great stuff coming from you phototini

it makes me wanna tweek my pic as lil to see what i can come up with

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always great stuff coming from you phototini

it makes me wanna tweek my pic as lil to see what i can come up with
Thank you MCW, the general rule I like to follow when it comes to re-touching is this. "Less is always more" An old cliche statement but it still delivers a powerful message even in this digital era.
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Here is one I have taken of some clouds.
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did you do any editing to this photo? it looks sharpened a lot... i dont know what it is about this picture, i just cant seem to find my orientation of where you took the photo, maybe b/c there is not ground in this shot it is just straight up...

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did you do any editing to this photo? it looks sharpened a lot... i dont know what it is about this picture, i just cant seem to find my orientation of where you took the photo, maybe b/c there is not ground in this shot it is just straight up...
Aye that is some weird cropping going on there.

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Well for that photo, I did take it just looking straight up. I like the perspective it gives compared to other pictures with buildings etc in them. Not to say that I don't have any like that. I just like how that one turned out.

I sharpened just a little and then tweaked the exposure a tad.
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Here is another straight out of camera, only saved as .JPG.


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