Hasselblad 503CW f11 30s +0.6ND Lee 50mm
Early morning shot from the iconic location. This was an30 seconds exposure just before sunrise.
As you probably guessed, I am pleased with the colours. Kodak Ektar 100 delivered again!
Have you been to Winnats pass yet? Let me know below!
Quote Of The Week – Anton Corbijn
Limit your tools, focus on one thing, and just make it work… you become very inventive with the restrictions you give yourself.
QOTW Hasselblad 503CW f22 1/2s +0.6ND 50mm MFPOTW – In the mist ver.3
Not every trip I did had a nice light. This morning at
Peak District, there was no light at all. But I took my camera out of my bag anyway.
I’m glad I did, the mist is adding a lot to this shot. When I look at this shot I feel loneliness.
This is the third version, taken in the same location. which one do you prefer?
Here are the previous versions:
Do you like to shoot in the mist?
Let me know below!
Annie Leibovitz is pictured showcasing her new exhibition ‘Women: New Portraits’ at The Wapping Project on January 13, 2016. IAN GAVAN/GETTY IMAGES
If it makes you cry, it goes in the show.
QOTW Photographer’s Library: Journeys Into the Wild
The Photography by Peter Dombrovskis, Published by the National Library of Australia 2017
I have plenty of photographic books in my library. I thought, I probably know every world-renowned landscape photographer past and present. One day, I was listening to the podcast with Joe Cornish and he mentioned his two favourite photographers: Paul Wakefield and Peter Dombrovskis. OK, I have heard about Paul Wakefield and already have a book where he contributed his photos to. But Dombrovskis? No, never heard of him.
(more…) Hasselblad 503W f22 1/2s +0.9ND Lee filter + Polariz Lee 50mm
MFPOTW – Dustanburgh castle
Dunstanburgh Castle is a 14th-century fortification on the coast of Northumberland in northern England, between the villages of Craster and Embleton. Its location is amazing and I love it there.
Northumberland if of my favourite parts of the UK.