Tip of the Day: Photographing Clouds

• A graduated neutral density filter will help you avoid over-exposing clouds. • A circular polarizing filter will bring up contrasts within clouds. • Give interesting and dramatic clouds the top two-thirds of your frame. • Scarce or small clouds will look better taking up the top third. For more tips, check out How to Photograph Clouds: Using the Sky to Enhance your Landscape Images by Paul Lightfoot at Suite101.com.

• A graduated neutral density filter will help you avoid over-exposing clouds.

• A circular polarizing filter will bring up contrasts within clouds.

• Give interesting and dramatic clouds the top two-thirds of your frame.

• Scarce or small clouds will look better taking up the top third.