I have not produced many stitched photo's but neither of the two I took worked on their own, the hill centre right is Ingleborough and those to the far left are the mountains of the lake district, the stitching program removed camera info, 125th,F6.3,400asa,white balance set to shade,only shadows lifted slightly post edit no further adjustment.
Usually I'm out there taking part, but being OD(referee) and little wind meant I got to take photo's for once, and a great sunset to boot, sailing in these conditions is not much fun I have had a frog swim past me before now.
Every once in a while you take a photo that works and you don't really know why, perhaps it's just that moment in time.
Only adjustment to the camera is one stop underexposure, no post processing.
Taken with Ricoh R6 (RIP) great little camera abysmal build quality.
Ys & Like. This shot has everything! What more can I say? Best regards cheers scally.
Thank you for putting me straight i do tend to get my rivers mixed-up
Nice though the picture is, all the other photo's found within my collection are generally straight out of the camera other than for a bit of straightening, anyone who knows this flood plain would acknowledge that the image is entirely possible, it begs the question how did I get there if the valley is flooded?
As for the atmos, well the air was quite blue the Scotsman climbing was calling for his companions to keep talking to him, as you know the exposure is something else. Regards Harry.