It’s been an eventful couple of weeks in our house with my daughter getting married. There were guests from around the world and a quite a few people staying with us. It’s not quite over with yet but hopefully by the end of next week things will be back to normal.
In the interim, I thought I would share this shot of Ramshaw Rocks from a few weeks back. I had to do a lot of work to enhance the image because the light in the original scene was flat and the sky over exposed. In fact, looking back at the original I’m starting to think I have overdone the adjustments slightly.
Have a great weekend.
10 thoughts on “Friday Image No. 157”
Thanks, Robin, lovely image. Best wishes for the wedding!
Congratulations to the marriage of your daughter. I have a “marriable” daughter too – she doesn’t want to marry yet (luckily so, considering the guys I have seen up to date), so my wife and me are still waiting for the inevitable to happen… 😉
I like stones from tiny to big mountains, so I like your photo too.
It would be interesting to see the unadjusted original. Regarding colours; I have had a small Fuji (I think it was X10) a couple of years ago. Colours were more on the yellowish-orange-greenish side compared to Nikon-files. Did you take the photograph in the (late) evening sun?
Thanks on both counts. I will see what I can do about sharing the original some time. It might make a good tutorial about how to fake light.
And here I was thinking he hasn’t messed with this much. 🙂
Yup. Pushed it a bit too hard on this one looking back.
lovely photo, Robin! Congrats, too, on the daughter’s wedding! (I’m sure you were a good host!)
Thanks Pablo. And I did my best at the wedding. Even gave part of the wedding speach in French. But only a very small part.
Looks good to me Robin