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The longest day of the year has been and gone and I spent much of it out photographing. Typically as soon as I got onto the moor the clouds rolled in. A long wait kind of paid off at Roos Tor. I am not exactly sure on this one, but until I have decided what to do with it I thought I would post it here!

(Rule of thirds eat your heart out, not intentional, but I did notice when I got it on the computer!)
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I dont usually (ever) submit textural shots without focal points. I generally dont like them, and I find them a little plain. This shot however remind me strongly of the experience and holds a little magic for me. Whether that comes across at all, I dont know, but its good to have personal images as well.

This is full colour with very minor contrast and brightness tweaks and a crop. Taken before the sun had begun to rise.

For any locals, Tavistock golf club is the middle ridge. In the full res you can see the greens.

For the geeks amongst you (take a bow) I averaged 2 exposures to reduce the gausian noise by a stop.
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The calm amongst the storm of final year exams
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I am very very lucky to live in such a place. My friends dont understand me wanting to go home. Peter Tavy is very isolated, but as far as landscapes go it doesnt get much better.

I have seen 6-7 shots now from various SW photogrpahers on various websites all from this evening. Everyone was out with their camera and everyone saw these rays to a greater or lesser extent. This is my first time with these lighting conditions.

I got absolutely swarmed by midges taking this. I was doing the old, press the shutter, run away, run back trick but still got bitten all over *itches leg*. Next time I'll wear tights....

I will make a few more tweaks to the processing tomorrow, its not quite there yet.
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Easedale and Easdale Tarn from Heron Pike, Lake District, Cumbria

Another shot from the 15 minutes or so of stunning light we had at sunrise. What a view! I am happy with the photos I took on the morning, but nothing can compare to the real thing!
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It was wonderful to finally finally get some good light!
More to come, but for now, its up for sunrise....in 4 hours...
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a 04.20 start, a 05.20 photograph.

Brentor, Devon
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I realised in the clear light of day that the original process of this was absolutely horrendous. The new version (especially since the original posting) is radically different so for once I am going to post an *updated* image.
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Nearing Sunrise the snow began to illuminate, I watched as this cloud on the horizon built up and produce a small flick on the highest part. As you can see I wasn't the first one up there, there was one shot I was really hoping to get but someone had already trampled all over it...

A stitch of two horizontal images from one exposure

Location

Carn Brea, Cornwall, UK

Date and Time

03/02/2009, 08:18

Equipment

Nikon D70 | Nikkor 18-70mm | focal length 56mm | ISO200 | f/10 | 1/50s | Manafrotto 055PROB tripod + 141RC tilt pan head

All comments and critiques are welcome....


© Guy Richardson. Do not use without permission

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Nikon D50, Sigma 10-20mm, RAW, no filters
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