Every time you go outside to take a photo, the most important natural aspect you consider is the natural light. This does not simply depend on the time of day you choose to photograph - the weather is the largest factor. It can be cloudy, sunny, foggy, rainy or stormy; each and every one of these weather conditions will influence the kind of sky - and often the light it allows to shine - on your subject.
But what if it you're focusing on weather and sky?
Whether you're shooting Flowers, Trees and Plants, Landscapes or Waterscapes, you'll have to angle your camera just right so as not to get a shot of the sky in. You'll often see sunbursts and clouds - let's say, good weather photos. However, we've all encountered those days when the weather just won't turn in your favor. Or does it?
Here's to taking a look at what you can do, as a photographer, with temperamental weather conditions and a moody sky.
Here Comes The Sun
The sun is, without a doubt,