And here's another one in black&white. I switched back between color and b&w time and again but in the end found the color more distracting than adding to the image.
The prob with colors from an airplane is the blue haze you get. You can try to adjust white balance, but my experience is that the image suddenly looks unnaturally "warm".
So b&w might be a solution to this problem.
Another remark: While the landscape orientation above emphazises the width
of the sky and is certainly appropriate for presenting phantastic clouds, the portrait-orientation of the shot below gives you a good impresion of depth
, that is the land down below your plane and below the clouds...
That was the reason why I didn't crop it to 5:4 (as I often do with portrait oriented images) because that would have cut off either the horizon or the ground.
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