This one is simple. "When the sky is ugly, try to fill the shot with anything else," Winter says. An overcast day can lead to landscape shots that are flat like a slate board. If the gray sky has texture, say, some particularly dark clouds or patches of sunlight, then go for it. When shot correctly, those shapes can supply a sense of drama.
Credit: Steve Winter
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