While going through some files looking for fisheye photos, I came across a picture I took at Machu Picchu on a very overcast and drab day, which is often the case in this awesome setting. The original image is below.
As always, I envisioned the end result, which is something that I recommend to all my workshop students.
With a few enhancements, I was able to turn the drab shot into a more fab shot.
The point of this post: don't let the weather get you down when you are shooting. In many cases, you can create a dramatic image from your Raw file when using Lighroom and Photoshop.
Speaking of fish-eye lens, check out this article I wrote: Can 1mm Make a Difference?
Here are the links to the 14mm and 15mm lenses I use:
Explore the light,