Veiw into Wharfedale

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  1. martin henson

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    Taken from a place called Storiths in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, rather extreme lighting :eek:

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    I like this Martin and the flare really adds some special light to the centre and foreground.
     
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    Martin, FWIW this is a classic example of a scene where I'd use a pyro developer to control those extreme highlights. Nice shot, nonetheless!
     
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    I really like the flaring light...this is how such light feels :)
     
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    Maybe, in this scenario I did not want to loose the extreme brightness in the higher tones that was there. Thanks Alan
     
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    Thank you, its as near as what it was like when I took the shot, waited 2 hours for the Sun to be in the right position and the cloud to partially kill the intensity, I have visited this location before and it never happened, lucky this time.thank you Isabel

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    Nice one Martin !
     

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