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Water Cascade

Yesterday, I posted on this blog a photograph of one of the many streams at Leeds Castle in Kent… the above photograph is of the same stream but looking towards the stepped water cascade. I was quite lucky taking this auto-bracketed set of shots that I only had a couple of people in the shot …

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A Stream at Leeds Castle

  As you walk, or in my case pushed, from the entrance towards Leeds Castle, there are many lakes and streams… one of those streams has a stepped waterfall with a wooden bridge going over it… looking down the stream…  The above photograph was taken whilst on that bridge, overlooking the stream below…  The weeping willows …

Reworking Nymans Ruins Again

  I was just going through some of our very first photographs taken back in 2012… and looking at how my processing techniques have changed… since I learnt how to use Photoshop and Lightroom to its full advantages. The above photograph was originally posted in a post called Nyman’s Ruins and reworked it again in 2013 …

Country roads… take me home

This photograph was taken by St Margaret’s Church in High Halstow, near Rochester, Kent and composed of 6 photos at different exposures.  I then merged them in Photomatix and added an autumn tone to the picture, by using a preset in Photomatix and once the photograph was re-imported back to Lightroom I then adjusted the …

Hut on Beach…

The above picture was created by merging three different exposures to create a high dynamic range image.  This photograph was solely processed in Lightroom.  Lately I have been using a lot of Split Toning in our photographs… I am getting the feel for this split toning now and I do like the effects it has on …

Overly Processed

I wanted to push the limits today and try something new…  What I wanted to create was an HDR image which was overly processed in colour and saturation. The straight out of camera image was dull and lacking colour… but with the powers of Lightroom and doing my normal edits and increasing the saturation I …

Eltham Palace Garden Moat

One of my favourite places to visit is Eltham Palace Gardens, which is owned and maintained by the English Heritage.. The palace is surrounded by a moat, and on one side of this moat it is laid to lawn with a flower border down its entire length…. the other garden side is more formal.  The remaining …

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