Okay, Hikari, you owe me a dime . . . for laundry detergent. I read that line about two-man cross-cut saws, and I did a miracle . . . involving coffee, my nose, and a clean shirt.Understanding WB and color temperature is very important. That will help you control the color of sunsets.
With thunderheads or bright clouds, exposing for highlights is a good option. With that you need to figure out how much of the highlights you can recover.
Learn to make stitched panos handheld. The sky is too dynamic to use tripods.
Two-man cross-cut saws work best on utility poles.
Don't just shoot the sky. Always have some horizon/trees/whatever, to give it context. How you shoot it depends on the time of day. Getting focus on clouds is very difficult if they aren't well defined so sometimes you just have to focus on something else, then lift/shoot.Got any tips, techniques or links that an aging skyfreak might find useful?