View from the North of Yew Tree Tarn

by Peter Finch September. 20, 2020 723 views
View from the north of Yew Tree Tarn

View from the north of Yew Tree Tarn

This is the view from the north of Yew Tree Tarn, near Coniston in the Lake District, England. I usually take shots from the southern end of the tarn, but on this occasion, being earlier in the day, the light wasn't so good down there, and I really wanted to capture something different than before, so I headed up the shore path to the opposite end.

The resulting image was captured at 3:10pm, September 18th, and was developed from a single RAW file using Luminar 4.

I'm pleased with the results despite the Tarn being somewhat in the distance. I feel this is one of those times when I've successfully previsualised an image that other photographers may have walked straight past.

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Benny Law 7 months, 3 weeks ago

I know why I didn't remember this wide-angle lens now. I must have dismissed it altogether because of the price! smile

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Peter Finch Replied to Benny Law 7 months, 3 weeks ago

Yeah, it wasn't inexpensive. Most, but not all, of my shots are taken at the wide end. I don't think there's any other rectilinear lens available at APS-C 10mm for our camera :-)

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