Take nothing but pictures
Leave nothing but footprints

Posts Tagged ‘Landscape’

Misty morning in Pembrokeshire

The day after we arrived on holiday I was up early (my body clock still hadn’t switched off). Stepping outside with a coffee to enjoy the sunrise I had a wonderful view of mist rising in the val ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Images on August 29, 2010

First shots from the holiday

We arrived home from our hols yesterday and have a good few pictures to go through. It was a family holiday so I had to resist the temptation to keep disappearing with the camera, but I did get a few ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Gallery, Images on August 29, 2010

Leave nothing but footprints

A very quick post before I go out with the camera. While going through some old pictures to see what could be used for one of my OCA exercises I came across this. Happy memories of a hard slog along t ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Images on August 20, 2010

The Photographer’s Ephemeris – mini review ...

If you’re like me and love landscape photography then, while sometimes it’s possible to happenchance on a great picture, planning your shoot is much more likely to get the results you̵ ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Reviews on August 20, 2010

The brewing storm

Another oldie taken while on holiday in the south of Spain. It was a lovely day with blue skies with a few puffy white clouds floating by until this came along… Yep - we did get wet Apparently t ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Images on August 19, 2010

An old shot, but still a favourite

This is one of my favourite shots taken on the boat back from Paxos to Corfu after a wonderful holiday. We had to get up early in the morning to get the boat to catch the flight home and looking over ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Images on August 19, 2010

Fine tuning a landscape – Part Four

Cropping for composition I had three main reasons for wanting to crop the final image. Most importantly, I wanted to have the hedge as a lead-line from the bottom left of the final image to the Wreki ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Post processing on August 18, 2010

Replacing the sky in Photoshop CS5

In the age of digital photography one of the greatest tools available to the photographer is post-processing software. In some respects in can be argued that post processing in software is the digita ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Images, Post processing on August 16, 2010

Fine tuning a landscape – Part Three

Fixing the dynamic range As I said in the first post in this series, the first time I posted this image was based on a bit of ‘quick and dirty’ post processing – about five minutes for o ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog, Post processing on August 16, 2010