Though I love Photoshop and all it’s tricks, I still think it’s important to know how to get it in camera in one shot.

For weeks, the summer weather had been totally cloudless and hazy (which equals flat and boring landscapes). I kept going out to the location only to turn around after I had shot a couple tests. Then the forecast called for a big low pressure system to move in and I knew I had my chance. Mother Nature cooperated and I was able to get this shot and some others within only about 20 minutes before the storm rolled in. Some photographers obsess about light. I obsess about the weather more.

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