I took this picture in downtown Denver on November 1, 2019 at 8:17am. I took the image in the north-east direction. This cloud is likely an altocumulus stratiformis cloud. I took it with a Samsung Galaxy S9 using the following settings:
- Field of View: 4032 x 3024 pixels
- F-stop: f/2.4
- Exposure Time: 1/942 seconds
- ISO Speed: ISO-50
- Focal Length: 4mm
The Skew-T diagram shows that the atmosphere was stable when I took this picture (CAPE 0.00). The temperature and dew point lines are close to each other at approximately 5,600 meters. This is most likely the altitude at which the clouds in my picture formed.
You can find my full report using the following link:
I really enjoyed the shape of the cloud in the image and how the clouds curve.
I like that you edited out many of the distractions but left the steam in the image. The gradient from yellowish to deep blue, and how to clouds gradually become more dense is all very satisfying to look at.
I really like the image, also the skewT diagram is pretty chaotic looking! I think you have a clear location for the formation of the clouds.
I like the different backgrounds in this image. Also, the third image is really cool!
I really like the color gradient that you were able to capture in the picture. Really nice editing that you’ve done here.