The summer that never was.
The yellow against the blue a few weeks back, late in the afternoon, caught my attention: yellow vs blue is a catching colour contrast. Wide angle lens (16mm) from the car, with exposure set to emphasise the sky.
And when I say that, I mean I have underexposed a bit compared to the way the camera would normally expose this scene. Can you see how beautifully that brings out the colours in this great late afternoon light?
Do you also make colour corrections for the tint in the windscreen / windshield? In Thailand many cars have heavily tinted screems. They make “from the taxi” photography a bit of a challenge.
Absolutely, when I have to, yes. Why I always shoot RAW. As for taxis, the windows are dirty too, and they move – so open aperture wide, high ISO, and get as close as you can to the window without touching.
Just like Aerial, which I discussed the other day I think.
Yes, your aerial tips were very useful.