In the gathering twilight, I could see the clouds swirling as a storm swept across White Mountain Peak in eastern California. The foreground and mountain were quite dark in contrast to the bright sky. I knew that there was no way I could get the image properly exposed with just one shot. But I did know that I could use multi-RAW processing to perfectly expose for both the sky and the foreground in post-processing. So I took my 2-minute exposure with confidence.
70mm, 2 minutes at f/5.6 and ISO 200, tripod mounted.
“This is the purpose of all Zen teaching—to make you wonder and to answer that wondering with the deepest expression ...