"Look out on the horizon, see the sadness, the pain and the sorrow" The Mighty-Mighty Bosstones - Royal Oil
Honestly I haven’t been travelling much for the past two years, so I’ll try to share shooting nature in urbanscape.
As an Indonesian, our parents always told us to “look down” (it means being humble and sharing our little money/food/anything to the poor people who live below our standard of life) for thanks for what God has given, but Deniek G Sukarya (just google him) said “Don’t just look down, but always look up to the sky.”
Go to the wide view of place such as an irport.
Searching for some shape/form from the landscape or from yourself as an interesting background for your sky/cloud photo.
My favorite time to shoot the sky is in the afternoon.
But sometimes they’re good at noon too.
Also in the morning. They’re always good for sky/cloud lovers like me =)
Or if you’re not in mood to go outside just climb your rooftop place =)
Yes, we’re talking about nature now, but come on, forget the rule is the last rule =) add the artificial one with the MX button at your sky/cloud photo.
Always put your camera in your hand, don’t ever put it inside your bag because you’ll lose a lot of beautiful sky/clouds just like I did.
The sky/cloud never let you down, shoot it at every form, such as using D.I.Y./redscale film.
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