The Crowns, Botallack

Here is a selenium toned monochrome image of The Crowns at Botallack in Cornwall. These abandoned mines are featured in the “Poldark” UK TV series when they are always shown in glorious sunshine with a clear blue sky and not with sea fog or rain! So I thought I would have a Black & White image for a change. I was experimenting with the use of a Lee x6 ‘Little Stopper’ filter rather than more common x10 ‘Big Stopper’ to get a 13 seconds exposure. This produces a more pleasing effect for the sea rather that the milky effect through significantly longer exposures.

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Two versions of an abstract made from N031 Crane at MShed Bristol. First a strict Monochrome version followed by a B&W split toned version using blue/yellow.

Slea Head on Dingle Peninsula, Ireland

Slea Head_BW__Dingle_Ireland- Just got back from a holiday on the Dingle Peninsula, Ireland. This is the first imaged I have processed. Slea Head and The Great Blasket Islands in the background is the most westerly point in Europe. The jagged rocks in the area have seen many a ship wreck over the years.

I made this image in B&W to portray the dramatic atmosphere you get being at this place. It was late afternoon. A 20 sec exposure at f/8 with a 70mm lens, 0.9 ND Hard Graduated and “Big Stopper” filter.