A glimpse of blue sky captured between Stratocumulus clouds over the Front Range from the University of Colorado’s Business field on Monday, September 19th, 2022, at 1:13pm.
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The inverse framing of this shot is awesome. I could tell that you were trying to flip flop the normal elements of a cloud photo immediately.
I like how the clouds are darker around the edges and lighter toward the sky at the center. It looks like when the sky opens up to heaven in a movie.
The framing of the clouds around a pocket of sky is really cool, and is eye-catching. I also think the contrast you are able to get with the darker clouds on the edges of the image, and the lighter ones towards the middle creates a cool effect.
I think the way this image is framed makes it look like a gateway to another world. It feels like the viewer is flying upwards towards the hole in the clouds and I think that brings a great layer to the image.
The “window” these clouds make is so cool to me. Its very normal to see the sky surround clouds, but in this image the opposite is true and that is very unique. The contrast of this image is phenomenal
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