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High Force

By scottf75
This is the first picture I've uploaded since I started thinking about the shot I'm taking.

It's taken at a place called High Force which is in Middleton in Teesdale and I understand it to be the highest waterfall in England.

I've used this shot because it is the best of a bad bunch, it was taken yesterday (11.02.06) and wasn't the best of days so the sky was very overcast with cloud and, as such looks blown (correct terminology??).

I was determined to get some shots so I could upload and hopefully start to learn how to improve so any comments would be appreciated.

Thanks for looking.

Scott

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: jimPat, ade_mcfade, olliedog and 1 more


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jimPat 17 8 1 Scotland
12 Feb 2006 10:46AM
I think it would benefit from a mono conversion in ps - JP
Ian Pratt 20 80 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2006 10:53AM
High Force is a waterfall on the River Tees near Middleton-in-Teesdale, County Durham, England. Although often described as the highest waterfall in England, at 20 metres (70 feet) it is not - Cautley Spout in Cumbria's Howgill Fells is almost 180 metres (600 feet high), and Hardraw Force in North Yorkshire has an unbroken drop of 30 metres (100 feet).
Wikipedia.
ade_mcfade 18 15.2k 216 England
12 Feb 2006 11:05AM
nice enough foreground and the waterfall has come out well. if you want to retain any detail in the sky, you'll need to use some grad filters or a tripod and take 2 shots (one fast for the sky and one normal for the rest) and blend later in photoshop.

Hardraw Force is little more than a trickle most of the year round :-( Been there a few times. it is pretty high though, and you can get to the top and look over the edge. not got any shots though.

cautley sprout looks more like a series of little falls than one big one
KellyR 16
27 Jul 2006 7:15PM
Looks a hell of a lot better than my attempt to take pictures of High Force lol
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