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Shot (one of many) taken in July 2009 after a happy night’s camping and an early start…
Blea Tarn,Great Langdale,Lake District National Park
Sony Alpha 350 DSLR 18-70 lens,3 shot autobracket +/- 0.7 tonemapped in Photomatix Pro3 and tweaked in Photoshop
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blea tarn, langdale, cumbria, lake district, langdale pikes

Living in the English Lake District,Cumbria,NW England with a love of photographing locations in Cumbria and Scotland, especially landscapes.

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Comments

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezabout 3 years ago

    Lovely view Jamie, super reflections on the still clear water …

  • Cheers Tom

    – VoluntaryRanger

  • David  Hibberd
    David Hibberdabout 3 years ago

    A most enjoyable image, well done.
    Davo

  • Thank you Davo

    – VoluntaryRanger

  • Peter Stone
    Peter Stoneabout 3 years ago

    Great view and excellent capture Jamie, nice job mate

  • Thanks Peter,much appreciated

    – VoluntaryRanger

  • Rob Parsons
    Rob Parsonsabout 3 years ago

    This may be your best one yet

  • That’s very nice of you…I’ll bang some more up and see if you still think that..lol

    – VoluntaryRanger

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeabout 3 years ago

  • Thank you Audrey

    – VoluntaryRanger

  • snapitnc
    snapitncabout 3 years ago

    great shot jamie!

  • Cheers Mike

    – VoluntaryRanger

  • John  De Bord Photography
    John De Bord ...about 3 years ago

    excellent work without question!

  • Thanks very much John

    – VoluntaryRanger

  • Les Wazny
    Les Waznyabout 3 years ago

    My kind of place to camp!! Great image Jamie!!

  • Hahaha,I was camping down the valley near the pub..this was a short hike up the hill..Thanks Les

    – VoluntaryRanger

  • Murph2010
    Murph2010about 3 years ago

    Excellent, excellent shot! The rocks in the foreground alone excite me, but when combined with that perfect reflection and light and background.. wow.. just wow! Very curious what f/stop you used for the shots (I’m assuming you bracketed with the ss?)? Wonderful work. One thing I really appreciate about this shot is that it comes off with the PERFECT exposure but doesn’t appear overprocessed… just the right amount of HDR! Well done!

  • Hi Murph. The f/stop was 20…I was using a tripod on this one,and tended to go for longer exposures when autobracketing (to get a better depth) which on my camera comes out at +/-0.7 (Most cameras give a wider choice but with the Sony it seems to tone down the HDR,which I like). It was before I realised you could force the exposure values in Photomatix…lol.Thanks for the great comment.

    – VoluntaryRanger

  • Murph2010
    Murph2010about 3 years ago

    I thought the DoF here was looking on the deeper side! It’s very relieving to me to see that shots taken at such a small aperture can still come out looking tack sharp!

  • I was lucky.I was still learning what the camera did at that time.The weather and scenery helped too..lol

    – VoluntaryRanger

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