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Caught in a storm



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Top Shot Award 22
Runner Up in Monthly Pro Photo Contest Volume32
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Top Ranks

Creative Moments Photo Contest vol1Top 30 rank
Creative Moments Photo Contest vol1Top 30 rank week 1
My Best Shot Photo Contest Vol13Top 20 rank
My Best Shot Photo Contest Vol13Top 20 rank week 1
My Favorite Space Photo ContestTop 20 rank
My Favorite Space Photo ContestTop 20 rank week 1
Monthly Pro Photo Contest Volume33Top 30 rank
Image Of The Month Photo Contest Vol 79Top 10 rank
Monthly Pro Photo Contest Volume33Top 20 rank week 2
Image Of The Month Photo Contest Vol 79Top 10 rank week 2
Monthly Pro Photo Contest Volume33Top 20 rank week 1
Image Of The Month Photo Contest Vol 79Top 10 rank week 1

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Behind The Lens

Location
This flower field is located in San Juan Capistrano, California.
Time
This was taken in the late afternoon on a really windy stormy day.
Lighting
This was just natural light. No OCF used.
Equipment
My Canon R6 & a terrible tripod.
Inspiration
I wanted to utilize this rare SoCal stormy weather in combination with a new dress & my current long hair. This is a self portrait.
Editing
I did edit dehaze the sky in LR and made myself a little lighter. But other then that, it was minimally post processed.
In my camera bag
Canon R6, rf 35, rf 24-105 a prism, a 1ch copper pipe, a remote and a plastic bag.
Feedback
If your camera has Wi-Fi & you can control it with your phone, it will make your focus point easier. You don’t always have to be center or rule of thirds, play around with your location in the frame.

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