Breaking Through Breaking Through by Sudipto Sarkar is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. For you can contain many things, but hope will always break through… -Anonymous It was cloudy here since the day I got here. I did click the sun streaks breaking through the clouds in the west before sunset once before, but I figured an HDR would be way better. Today I did just that. But the darn clouds were moving too fast. I didn’t consider the fact that it might be windy. You can’t really freeze the clouds without a camera with a fast built in exposure bracketing mechanism (and development for CHDK for my camera isn’t complete yet). Unfortunately, that led me nowhere and I decided to do a Faux HDR with the photo that had the lowest exposure. Turns out, the streaks looked better in that one. The EXIF info you see here is that of the single original I started with. EXIF Info Exposure f/7.9 1/2000 sec ISO 100 Date taken 2013:10:14 15:34:08 Camera Canon PowerShot A2500 Spread the love Tweet Post navigation TexturasThe tree and the sky 16 Comments A beautiful sky! Neat control of the sun. Reply I was lucky the clouds were the way they were at that time… 🙂 Reply Merci Tede… 🙂 Reply Un ciel superbe et un excellent traitement, superbe rayonnement du soleil. Bonne journée. Reply Joli ton ciel ! Bonne journéeJP Reply Merci JP… 🙂 Reply Nice view , I like the effect given by the grain into the sky , Phil Reply I tried to remove the noise first, but then realized it gave the picture a distinct effect… 🙂 Reply Your experiment turned out VP… i like the burst of rays through the clouds….peter:) Reply Thanks Peter… 🙂 Reply nice and cool rays 🙂 Reply Thanks Joshi… 🙂 Reply What a fabulous image! I love the way you've captured the sunrays and including the silhouettes of the buildings into your composition enhances the atmosphere beautifully. Many compliments! Reply Thanks Martina… 🙂 Reply Wonderfully Reply 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.