I'm sorry I haven't been around much lately, it's a busy time on the farm and I also have various other projects on the go. I have managed to get out with my camera on the few fine days we have had recently but, to be honest, the sort of pictures I've been taking don't seem to get looked at on here so I have been seeking opinions elsewhere. Whilst I am as guilty as the next person for uploading over processed seascapes, these days I find I get no satisfaction from that and would rather be judged on my skills as a photographer than as a computer operator. I am not knocking anybody else who enjoys using processing software to 'enhance' their landscape work, there are some excellent images of that sort regularly posted on this site. However, I am striving for something more and looking at the awards galleries on here has made me realise what a narrow view there is of what makes a good landscape image.
OK, rant over, this one was taken back in November from Potter's Nab on Farndale Moor looking south(ish) down Farndale. I have made some Curve adjustments and slightly sharpened it but, other than that, it is, as they say, straight out of the camera. With a view and light like this, nothing more was required.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great evening.
|Lens:||Canon 15-85mm |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|