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After a storm...



Nikon D5100...Shot this through my windshield.

Nikon D5100...Shot this through my windshield.
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laurenkaymyers Premium
 
laurenkaymyers March 22, 2015
Love the rays and the clouds in this.
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BFountain May 05, 2015
Thank you!

Behind The Lens

Location
The photo was taken while traveling the Interstate in South GA.. (in passenger seat of course...LOL) I shot this through my windshield.
Time
I was amazed at how the clouds formed after this storm. It was mid-day while we were on the way home from Orlanda, FL. (Last day of vacation).
Lighting
I remember how beautiful it looked with the Sun peaking out between the clouds. It was just an intriguing sight that had to be shared.
Equipment
This was shot on a Nikon D5100, Nikon DX 55-200 mm, no flash, elbow against door for support.
Inspiration
I couldn't resist those rays of sunshine shinning through the clouds.
Editing
I cropped out the powerlines and adjusted the contrast a little.
In my camera bag
The first thing I pack is my Nikon 50mm 1:1.8, Nikon 35mm 1.8, last but not least Tamron 70-300mm 1:4-5.6 Tele-macro (newest addition :-) ), extra batteries and SD cards.
Feedback
This was a spur of the moment. Just keep your eyes open for those perfect shots. Always have your camera with you!

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