A common photography problem that you have likely encountered when taking photos is that sometimes the sky doesn’t compliment the scene you are photographing. The end result is that we get a lovely shot of some scenery or people, with a flat grey sky that really doesn’t do justice to the scene we are trying to shoot.

You might encounter the dreaded sky problem in a range of different scenarios, from travel photos through to wedding photos or graduation photos. What these moments have in common is that they tend to be time sensitive. You only have the one opportunity to get the photo, so you have to get the shot regardless of the sky.

It can come down to a choice between a shot with poor skies, or no shot at all. Obviously the shot with poor skies is really the only option. After all, these are the kinds of photos you are going to treasure, and likely even print, display, and share…

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