Friday, 2 July 2010

Pennines in camera

We have just got back from a few days in the Yorkshire Pennines.  We were on a HFHolidays break learning about landscape photography from professional photographer Derek Forss.  We were a small group of 9, all very interesting and lovely people! We spent 3 days walking and photographing the Pennines around Malhamdale.

We learnt loads about landscape photogrpahy, in particular, how to capture the changing light.  I learned about exposure and will be changing my settings much more to experiment in different light situations.

 

Here’s a few of my favourite shots:

Looking up to the monument to the desposition of Napoleon on Stoodley Pike.  We walked up there and had our lunch right by the monument.

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The highlight for me was to walk on the limestone pavement above Malham Cove

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Malham Cove –awesome!

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On the third day, the clouds were too low to ascend Pen-y-Ghent, so we set about chasing the light as the cloud lifted:

 

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We had time for an impromptu lesson on photographing the church interior in Horton-in-Ribblesdale:

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Please pop over to my other blog for even more pictures, including those we took in Scarborough, where we stopped for 1 night:

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4 comments:

Lesley said...

Beautiful landscape. I've never been to Yorkshire!

Burnice said...

fabulous Linda. Just loving the second one with what looks like three layers !!!
Burnice x

Heather said...

great photos! love the last one especially but I'm all about the colours!

Helen said...

Fabulous!!! Malham is beautiful!