Rock & Rolling...

By chris-p
Shelter and rock....aptly named Smile

Tags: Landscape and travel Derbyshire peak district

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KDC 4 5 6 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2013 6:47PM
Beautiful range of tones. Smile

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21 Aug 2013 7:30PM
Very dramatic.
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
21 Aug 2013 7:50PM
Violent storm coming your way !!!!! Chris, super atmospherics.
Ron.
NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2013 8:35PM
Very dramatic, and so very well captured Chris.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
AnnChown Plus
6 198 1 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2013 9:23PM
Stormy stuff!
oll1e 9 57 2 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2013 2:48AM
Beautifully taken Chris Wink
Briwooly 10 452 5 England
22 Aug 2013 9:24AM
Wow that's some weather coming in Chris great take mate

Brian...................
sherlob Plus
10 2.7k 126 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2013 10:05AM
Fabulous image Chris. I love to learn more about the technique used. Did this involve any filtration? Is it 2 exposures combined? Or was the dynamic range within the scope of a single exposure without filtration? I ask as you've managed to maintain the tones across the rocks, yet the scene does look quite contrasty. This has always caused me nightmares when I've tried it!
chris-p Plus
10 65 England
22 Aug 2013 10:21AM
Thanks..
Gawd...now yer asking something that i did yesterday Tongue
Its a single handheld shot...no filters as it was a pain to clean off the raindrops....
I tend to use the magic wand in PS and isolate the rocks using Ctrl J and create a separate layer....muck about with contrast and sharpening and then 'merge visible layers' in PS...reduce opacity or rub back the edges to reveal the original layer untill it 'looks about right' ....tend to do this with separate areas of the image if its needed or if i'm in the mood to do it...probably loads of different techniques that the skilled peeps on this site do and do better but it seems to work sometimes for me..
Hope that helps a little Smile
sherlob Plus
10 2.7k 126 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2013 11:31AM
Cheers Chris
Richsr Plus
9 90 222 England
22 Aug 2013 4:06PM
Certianly a big rain cloud heading your way Chris.
Well worked with the processing
Regards Richard
22 Aug 2013 9:06PM
wow look at them angry clouds i would consider putting the camera away.. very sharp detail very moody clouds. love the image well done.GrinGrin

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