This storm swept in from the west and I ran around the countryside like crazy trying to find a way to shoot it. It’s from September 2016 in central Wisconsin. I actually never got caught in it which was pretty great. Just got to feel that wind and watch the sun disappear for a while under those amazing clouds. The light gets really weird sometimes with conditions like this so I went with it and tried to emphasize it with processing.
I hope to see lots of other fantastic formations with this Weekly Challenge.
Did a little creative white balance to bring out the menace above. Did I go a step too far?
Is this a composite: No
Lumix G Vario 12-35mm f/2.8 lens @ 21mm (42mm equiv.)
f/7.1 | 1/200 sec | ISO 320
Handheld on the side of the road in the wind!
Lr processed for white balance, cropped a good bit of the corn field, worked those highlights, contrast & texture. Did a little adjustment brush on the lower open areas where some peachy/pink tints were visible. Reduced clarity & exposure on the field. Isolated sharpening and overall NR.