Ok, this is an image from today with my new yellow filter to get more contrast on my b&w cloud pics. The clouds late this afternoon were big fluffy santa-beardy fluffballs.
This one had a neat sort of keyhole in it, and I was thrilled to see the filter helped me capture the crepuscular rays. Neat stuff!
Click here for one of the best sites I've seen on optical effects in clouds, sun/moon, etc. Great site. I can spend hours there looking at stuff. Beautiful.
That's so cool. Before I got married, I used to play around with a 35mm SLR. Got quite good at it. I've got a cheep digital now and have no idea how to use it.
Beautiful picture! I'll be interested to see what that filter does with darker clouds, lower light.
One of my favorite past times...
Lazing around watching the clouds drift by.
That's gorgeous. I wish I could take proper photos. (so I'll look at yours instead)
Yep, this page'll only get better now that you have a new toy.
Very nice. I think I see the Virgin of Guadalupe in there some where. Call ebay.
tickersoid - now that you're single and have your life back, you should get into it again - you've got a great place to show your work here!
david amulet - thanks -- yeah it's goingto be interesting to see. i hope I won't bore y'all with my obsession!
blog whore - I can watch clouds for hours, too!
barbara - aw shucks, you could do just as well, I'm sure. it's great not having to fool with developing film now - I'm having a blast, and ditching the stinkers immediately!
dick - I hope so . At least I know someone won't be able to accuse me of stealing my own photos!
anonymous- *L* Yeah, I'll make a mint!
bart - Thanks so much, and thanks for popping by my blog!
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