Description: Part of my childhood and adulthood was in san diego ca so I come back there every fall. The weather is always predictable and sunsets are nice but usually with little clouds. This year when I was down there I heard warnings all day of a huge tornado storm coming and was even kicked out of one beach earlier in the day as they stated the beach is very dangerous during tornados. But I only had a week so I had to stop for a little time to take pictures of the sunset. That was one of the most amazing sunsets I have ever seen, The colors of the sky and the clouds was just amazing. So I kept shooting trying to find interesting compositions, I didn’t know how much time I have before it will get very dangerous so I worked fast. The wind was very strong so I couldn’t do long exposure. I am not sure the picture I chose to show expresses the intensity of the situation.
Specific Feedback Requested: I would appreciate ant feedback but especially about the editing, if I should more light or do anything else with it, Thanks.
Pertinent technical details or techniques: sonya6000 mirrorless camera 10-18 lens 18 mm, f14 1/8 sec. tripod and shutter release.
Is this a composite? (focus stacks or exposure blends are not considered composites) no