It’s been a good year for shooting in the Peak District. If I look back a few years, I almost never ventured into the Peaks. Instead, I preferred to make a 2 hour drive up the motorway to the Lake District. These days I would much rather drive 45 minutes to locations like this. Ladybower reservoir.
My original intention in visiting this spot was to shoot the heather in the evening sun. But as the sun became lower the light on the distant water and hillside caught my attention. I couldn’t resist popping the 55-200 lens on the Fuji X-T3 and taking a shot.
Peak District Processing Miniseries
If you haven’t already watched these, I’ve now produced two sets of videos demonstrating my photo editing workflow. Both use images shot in the Peak District and I’ve now posted these to my website in short articles.
Series 1 – Bamford Edge Heather (Capture One, Photoshop and the Nik Collection)
Series 2 – Peak District Millstones (Affinity Photo and Nik Silver Efex Pro)
I hope you like the video and image.
Have a great weekend.
2 thoughts on “Friday Image No.230”
Wonderful image. I love the soft light. Well done!