Looking through the rocks

Looking through the rocks

Photo Information
Shot at Carl Wark, an Iron-age fort and rock formation in the Peak District, near to the National Trust Longshaw Estate. This is actually in South Yorkshire, not Derbyshire, as the Peaks National Park encroaches into both Counties.

Pentax K-5iis, Pentax-M 28mm F3.5
17/12/2018 - 19:22davidstorm
CategoryLandscape / Travel
Shutter Speed1/50
ApertureN/A
LensN/A
ISO80
Focal LengthN/A

alfpics

Link Posted 17/12/2018 - 23:16
Something really nice about this; the lighting is not spectacular but just goes with this scene IMO (if that makes sense!)
Andy

Dorset_Mike

Link Posted 18/12/2018 - 16:55
alfpics wrote:
Something really nice about this; the lighting is not spectacular but just goes with this scene IMO (if that makes sense!)

I agree. The low clouds and mist in the background really offset the harshness of the foreground rocks.
Regards,
Mike

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davidstorm

Link Posted 18/12/2018 - 19:30
alfpics wrote:
Something really nice about this; the lighting is not spectacular but just goes with this scene IMO (if that makes sense!)

Dorset_Mike wrote:
alfpics wrote:
Something really nice about this; the lighting is not spectacular but just goes with this scene IMO (if that makes sense!)

I agree. The low clouds and mist in the background really offset the harshness of the foreground rocks.

Thanks guys, the lighting was quite tricky for this shot and this was the best I could do! It looked so much better seeing it through the human eye, I wish camera sensors were as good as our Retinas are!

Cheers
David
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alfpics

Link Posted 18/12/2018 - 23:03
davidstorm wrote:
alfpics wrote:
Something really nice about this; the lighting is not spectacular but just goes with this scene IMO (if that makes sense!)

Dorset_Mike wrote:
Quote:
Something really nice about this; the lighting is not spectacular but just goes with this scene IMO (if that makes sense!)

I agree. The low clouds and mist in the background really offset the harshness of the foreground rocks.

Thanks guys, the lighting was quite tricky for this shot and this was the best I could do! It looked so much better seeing it through the human eye, I wish camera sensors were as good as our Retinas are!

Cheers
David

I know what you mean; the eye has an incredible ability to juggle between different light levels within a scene and to see 'the wonder' - and of course if one records RAW in camera, there is a rather 'flatter' looking image as well.
Andy
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