Another reprocessed HDR, this time a vertical panorama in the confined interior of a very old church in Leuchars, Scotland.
A few more shots from the elite race at the triathlon festival on Sunday, not much from the cycling panning in bright sunshine is a struggle and with the ND filter on my focus is a bit too slow. More practice required I think.
I was looking back through old images again and came across a could of images I thought I could do a better or at least a different job of processing, one early morning shot of Crail harbour and the other a vertical panorama of St Salvators chapel in St Andrews.
Yesterday I took part in this years House of Travel Triathlon Festival held at Pegasus just north of Christchurch, great fun taking part and fabulous to see so many people taking part, some very good athletes too particularly in the elite race that ended the day. Having taken part – just a 5km run for my team this year I took some images of the elite race. They started with a swim of course.
I took a trip to Pines Beach this evening and found mist rather than sea and sand to photograph. The mist only appeared very close to the beach but made for an interesting change.
Another HDR today, this time from The Chasm above Milford Sound, the day we were there was very wet – followed by snowy which wasn’t really ideal. This image is looking up the river just above The Chasm itself.
I am still playing with old images just now, basically practising with different ways of processing them. Another two HDRs with very different finishing, the first a colourful view of the Church of the Good Shepherd and the send of an old interior in Arrowtown.