I don't do any tampering with my photos when I put them on my blog, although I do take them at full size, umpteen megabytes with the camera and then reduce their size to post on my blog. Very occasionally I will crop a photo, but that is it. I don't enhance. Maybe some of you think I should. Maybe when I no longer work, I will have the time to learn about enhancing photos.
At Diane's suggestion, I have played a bit with my camera exposure setting and improved some photos as I took them. I takes time and I am used to just instantly snapping and hoping the auto setting will work. Mostly it does, but at times it doesn't.
I've never understood why people don't turn their flash off when taking long distance photos in low light. I have wondered if it makes a difference to the photo, and so here we go, it does make a difference.
I turn the flash off and here is the result. The foreground is better shown but it is not really the sunrise I am seeing.
I turned the flash back on and this is very close to what I was seeing, as the sun was about to appear on the horizon.
Talking about weather and sky photos, I am chucking in another couple of photos that I am happy with, clouds. Looking east as the sun sets.
Looking west as the sun sets.