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Some wonderful cloud formation on the second image   Rye.. On such occasions  portrait format works on a "landscape "  

 

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Thanks Clicker, not sure why the clouds weren't as dramatic in the first.

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Thanks Stravinsky, I must admit I preferred he first as well.

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I missed these.  Two very nice monos.  I also favour the first but both are good.  Might be worth filling in that highlight in the sky a bit  in the first.  Nice work.

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Thanks John, I still haven't figured out why the first image had those 'highlights' in the clouds especially as there's only one other shot between these two and were all taken using the same settings.

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3 hours ago, Ryewolf said:

Thanks John, I still haven't figured out why the first image had those 'highlights' in the clouds especially as there's only one other shot between these two and were all taken using the same settings.

How odd...

It was that  slightly blown look that made me prefer the second image  Rye ...looks  like some of the sun just momentarily broke cover  from the clouds for a fraction of a second ...

Was the latter  image taken in portrait orientation or did you crop it ... I suspect  it was taken in portrait mode ...

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10 hours ago, Clicker said:

Was the latter  image taken in portrait orientation or did you crop it

No, it was taken as a portrait.

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