One doesn’t need to be at a special place—although it’s already very special to be on Earth, anyway—to get amazing sky and clouds views.
I saw this standing up at a parking lot. Once I framed in my mind what a wanted to capture, looking through my visor I was made aware of the space allowed to capture by the lens I had attached to my camera. It took a couple of pictures to adjust settings and confirm the space I wanted to capture.
To create the image above, I captured four photos within thirteen seconds. Back at my lab, I created this composite patiently stitching them using Affinity Photo. Layers, positioning, rotating, masking and a few retouches to color and contrast, plus a little bit of clarity filter, and this one was done.
Settings on my Nikon were ISO 100 f/8 1/250, with a 35mm lens attached.
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All photos © 2016 Cesar Alsina.