The Sky Right Now

Not Photoshopped to heck; it actually looks like that. 23 images with a new lens I’m testing for B&H (the Tamron 24-70 VC).

You can buy a print of this here. For this I recommend a wide print like the 12×24″. The watermark will not be in the printed image.

Well, hello entire world. Nice to meet you. Here’s another one for people still looking. Single image:

(buy a print here)

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Ryan Brenizer

I take pictures.

54 thoughts on “The Sky Right Now”

  1. Please put a watermark on this photo so that we can share and not steal your thunder. Pun intended. ;-)

    One of the most amazing captures I’ve ever seen. Ryan, you are blessed.

    Cheers,

    Sezin

  2. Is there any way I can get a high res copy of this photo? It would make an incredible background for my dual monitor set-up.

  3. I am an amateur photographer…what were the settings for this picture? Awesome photo

  4. Ugh! It took forever (read: 10 seconds) to dig through your page’s code (since I couldn’t right click) to download that image… wish you (instead) didn’t disable right clicking. I’m sure it deters some people, but hell… Facebook has a “download” link on all your photos so it’d be nice to see the same here :-)

  5. I, for one, would pay top dollar to have a large super-high quality of print of this.

  6. Amazing shot! Reminds me a bit of Ghostbusters…ok I just totally aged myself but an amazing picture nonetheless!

  7. Looks like a Batman movie right before a big brawl between good and evil is about to begin, I love it,capture more….

  8. beautiful shot. Even if it is HDR who cares. Photography is art and sometimes a little post production helps make a photo a work of art – and, IMO, that is the case here. Beautiful sky and a very nicely put together panorama. Amazing how Photoshop can take that many images and seamlessly stitch them together so effortlessly. Keep up the good work.

  9. Man, I have just discovered you and your work in the last few weeks. You are proving to be a total inspiration photographically and personally…Thanks.

  10. Great image! In the olden days we had to use special lens and some magic in the darkroom to get something even.
    close to that kind of effecct. Terrific!

  11. Hey Ryan! What’s your secret to getting great colours directly out of the camera without photoshop? By the way, I’m a Nikon D90 user. Hope to hear from you!

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