Yesterday I posted a sunrise photo that looked like the sky was on fire. That photo was from 2011. I got out of my subdivision on my way to work when I noticed the sky. I pulled over and snapped twenty or so photos.
Yes, I modified that photo, but not much. This next gallery shows the photos as they came out of the camera (no postprocessing) . . .
It doesn’t take much to change them into fiery scenes . . . a bit of DxO PureRaw, some Luminar AI, and a heap of Topaz Impression 2.
I did it for a couple of individual photos . . .
I also combined three of the photos into a panorama and turned it into a panoramic conflagration . . .
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