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    Quote Originally Posted by WarEaglemtn
    "It is certainly better to go when there are clouds in the sky."

    Why?
    Cloudless skys are usually less interesting and less dramatic. There are certainly shots that look good with cloudless skies but most are better with dramatic weather enhancing the scene. IMHO

    (Of course I only shoot Monochrome and so a pretty blue color just doesn't figure into the shot)

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    I agree with the idea of clouds being better in DV. Although there are endless detailed compositions offering themselves, where the sky isn't an element, it's also nice to try to capture the feel of the open space of the valley. This one was done in February, between storms, a couple of years ago (4x5 Fuji Acros, #25):

    [COLOR=SlateGray]"You can't depend on your eyes if your imagination is out of focus." -Mark Twain[/COLOR]

    Ralph Barker
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