Scalebar Force, Settle, Yorkshire Dales by Steve  Liptrot

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Scalebar Force, Settle, Yorkshire Dales by 

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Small 7.6" x 12.0"
Medium 11.4" x 18.0"
Large 15.2" x 24.0"
X large 18.9" x 30.0"


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Scaleber Force is convenienly situated by the road side (Settle to Airton) so nobody needs walk more than a few yards to view the waterfall. As with many waterfalls in the Yorkshire Dales its a surrounded by a small copse. The drop on the waterfall is around 20 feet. The best option to include the waterfall with a decert walk is from Malham Tarn to Settle via Langscar Gate then Stockdale Lane rather than the usual route past Attermire Scar.

Featured in the Waterfall Photography and Mountain and Light groups DEC 2008.
Featured in the All Water in Motion group NOV 2010.
Featured in the Yorkshire Photography group NOV 2010.
Featured in the Wide Angle Photography group NOV 2010.
Featured in the Beautiful North of England group NOV 2010.

Nikon D80 – 18-135mm lens at 18mm
f-22 at 4.5 seconds ISO 100

I originate from Lancashire but now I am based in Blaenavon, South Wales. I am an Aerospace technician and amateur photographer which takes me all over the UK.

Steve Liptrot Photography

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  • Ashley W
    Ashley Wover 6 years ago

    Yorkshire Dales ! You’ve made this look like it belongs in a rainforest somewhere exotic – gorgeous.

  • Angi Baker
    Angi Bakerover 6 years ago

    This is absolutely gorgeous…xoxo

  • Chuck Wickham
    Chuck Wickhamover 6 years ago

    I really like this one Steve, like to see it in Mountains and Light.

  • Thanks Chuck. Only if it gets a feature!!;-))
    All the Best to you and yours


    – Steve Liptrot

  • BigD
    BigDover 6 years ago

    Excellent camera settings

  • Cheers BigD and All the Best

    – Steve Liptrot

  • queensknightjbh
    queensknightjbhover 6 years ago

    Nice Shot!!!…in addition to your settings, was it nightfall?

  • No it was very overcast and a late October afternoon. Thanks Jim

    – Steve Liptrot

  • raberry
    raberryover 6 years ago

    Instant fav of course!

  • Thanks Robert

    – Steve Liptrot

  • Stephen Thomas
    Stephen Thomasover 6 years ago

    Just WOW!

  • Steve  Liptrot
    Steve Liptrotover 6 years ago

    Thanks Stephen, much appreciated

  • Davies
    Daviesover 6 years ago

    Stunning capture. Would love to know how you do this. I have a Nikon D80 so what settings do you use and how.

  • All the settings are in the description above Noelene. Waterfalls are best shot on a brightish but overcast day or in shade. Sunny days can be very difficult causing highlight burn outs. I also use a circular polariser to reduce reflections off the water. Use aperture priority at f-16 to f-22 focusing approximately 1/3 into the frame. And don’t forget a tripod! If for some reason you cant get slow enough shutter speeds I use a ND filter of about 2-3 stops. Hope this helps


    – Steve Liptrot

  • Paul Thompson Photography
    Paul Thompson ...over 6 years ago

    fantastic work!

  • thank you very much, appreciated

    – Steve Liptrot

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