Yesterday, I made sure I was outside at sunset so I could get some more pink sky images. But this time, with my wide angle lens.
I think I was a tad too late. The pink is really VERY fleeting. But I did get a cute dog pic.
Go ahead, roll your eyes and say, “More dog pictures?” My subject matter is limited. And I love my dogs. 🙂
All I have to say to those pesky solicitors is, “Go ahead, knock.”
As for the pink sky, yes I missed nature’s show. But I did capture some nice, wide-angle sky shots.
Missing nature’s show isn’t the end of the world when you have processing software. I just added my own pink.
The difference is quite dramatic, isn’t it? Just so you can really appreciate the difference, here’s another picture that’s straight-out-of-camera (SOOC).
I did not edit the above shot at all. I didn’t even remove the dust spots from the dirty camera sensor I am afraid to clean.
Here’s the same image with dust spots removed and a little color enhancement.
That’s what is great about processing you image after shooting. It can be quite time-consuming, however. I got a few more decent shots, but I didn’t feel like doing any more processing before writing this post.