I'm not much of a landscaper but I'm trying to learn...
This was 7am on a Sunday and colder than it ought to have been. The light was poor as I had to leave before it got good, but the mist hanging in the valley was lovely. I was expecting to find a few other folk there photographing but ran into a massive workshop instead, hence the inclusion of only part of the circle and not all of it - it was the only composition possible without people in!
Canon 5D, 24-70mm f2.8L lens @43mm, 8 sec @ f10, ISO 50, plus 0.9ND grad to hold back the sky.
In post-production I boosted clarity, reduced contrast a little, fiddled with white balance to bring out the cold and blue a bit, and added a fractional amount of post-crop vignetting.
How could I have made more of the opportunity, or do more to bring a little drama into the image with post-production (have LR3 not PS.) All comments gratefully received.
|Camera:||Canon EOS 5D |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|
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