Grand Falls

Grand Falls

The highest of the Falls above Ingleton and a show piece of the Yorkshire Dales. You can see the limits of the camera clearly here. I had to apply a graduated filter effect from the top to darken the sky, and even then could find no real detail. Of course, it was one of those white English skys, on the edged of rain, with no real features.

Still, the falls carries the image.

Minolta A1 at 28mm equivalent. F5.0 @1/200th @ ISO 100. Programed auto.

As above, graduated filter effect from the top. Blackpoint adjustment. Fill Light. Punch and Landscape sharpen presets.


1 Response to “8/23/2009”

  1. 08/27/2009 at 5:55 pm

    This entire set of photographs are magnificent.

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    for a feast of hundreds of J.M.W. Turner works displayed in our Galleries
    in a manner never attempted before and not available anywhere else on our planet.

    Douglass Montrose-Graem
    The Turner Museum and Thomas Moran Galleries

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