“There is an intensity to life here that is equally exhilarating and unnerving. It’s visceral, it’s sensuous and for even the most short-term visitor, you feel immediately engaged.”
Golden hour abstract of an ‘Intentional Camera Movement’ panoramic-rotation, catching rivulets of golden transient light on the cloud fringes and threading the slopes of Penn Moor, High House Waste, Dendles Waste, Yealm Head and Stall Moor on the south side of Dartmoor National Park.
Pentax 18-55mm SMC/ DAL lens
Hoya circular polarizer
Aperture value = f/27
Exposure duration = 3 seconds
Focal length = 26mm
Altitude = 290m
Ordnance Survey Grid Reference = SX 631 612
‘Pseudo-exposure fusion’ photo from 3 split-RAW processed TIFFs (-2, 0, +2ev equivalents) using Photomatix Pro 3.26.
Finishing touches in Adobe Lightroom 3.26 and Photoshop 6.0