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Rydal Cave.

By Alex64
This is two photographs merged together, the first I exposed for outside the cave entrance, and the second from inside the cave. Using Lightroom, I increased the exposure, and enhanced the colours of the rock walls, but what you see is what you find inside the cave.

Alex 64

Tags: Cave Landscape and travel

Voters: bobpaige1, mike9005, lindylou43 and 15 more


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18 Apr 2019 10:36AM
Sadly I find it all over too light, there are no shadows or highlights inside, the nearest to highlight is the part outside wit the trees.

Hope this helps somehow.

Dougie

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18 Apr 2019 11:33AM
You certainly put a lot of thought into this.
Joan
18 Apr 2019 6:13PM
I hope that you have another go at this because the composition is very good, leading the eye out of the cave.

I really think it's worth the effort.

I tried this technique some time back and it does take a lot of effort and trial and error, but when you find the Holy Grail; you will be well rewarded.


Dougie
18 Apr 2019 8:11PM
Joan, Dougie
Many thanks for comments, a,Dougie ,I will be going back at some point, and will have another go,once again many thanks to you both.

Alex
20 Apr 2019 9:31AM
Dear Alex64
Scottishlandscapes is right.
The caves are dark and overexposing excessively means eliminating the whole atmosphere and the magic of darkness.

The composition is very good and it's worth going back and redoing everything ...
GPMASS

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