Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Brimham Rocks

Brimham Rocks
During the summer, we spent a few days up in the Yorkshire Dales. One of the places we visited for an hour or so one afternoon was Brimham Rocks, which are an amazing collection of weird and wonderful natural rock formations in North Yorkshire.

Because it was the middle of the afternoon, and quite bright, I felt that my Infra Red Converted Canon 30D, would suit the location and lighting conditions best. Fortunately, there were some interesting clouds which helped to add some atmosphere to the images. The interesting nature of infra red, makes grass and the foliage on trees turn white, and the blue in the sky turn dark.
Once the images had been downloaded into Lightroom, adjustment were made to the Raw Images and  they were then opened up into Photoshop. They were then converted to monochrome using `High Structure` in Silver FX. I felt that some of the images would make a good `panel` for one of my camera club talks.

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