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By wawatson
Taken from the edge of Rannoch Moor near to Corrour Station House (the little white blob to the left).

This was a day a couple of weeks ago where this part of Rannoch Moor was under heavy cloud but the neighbouring mountains (Grey Corries in the background) were in near-sunshine.

Because of the huge amount of noise (picture was taken at ISO 1600), I thought I'd try creating a monochrome from the Green and Blue channels (red channel was very blotchy).

What do you think??


Tags: Rannoch moor Landscape and travel Corrour Grey corries

Voters: ringyneck, smw999, Ingleman and 1 more

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smw999 10 10 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2007 8:50PM
Great, I love it!!

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Ingleman 11 9 4
28 Dec 2007 11:09PM
Been there, done that, but it was too cold for tee shirts. The mono treatment and the crop go some way to capturing the remoteness of this place. It is a very special place and not easy to get to. The estate which has been famous for deer stalking for decades, is now owned by some very wealthy people who make money from packaging. Nice work if you can get it!
wawatson 15 76
30 Dec 2007 4:33PM
Thanks for your comments. Just in passing, I see that you both do some B+W with some selective colour. Any tips??


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