We spent the Easter weekend scouring the White Peaks for suitable locations to include in my upcoming 3 day ‘Immersing in the Landscape’ photography workshop and were blessed by crowd free days. Even on a hot and muggy Easter Sunday we had the White Peaks almost to ourselves.
However the weather was less than perfect. In fact to be quite honest it was dire for a landscape photographer. A thick haze hung over the peaks throughout the weekend and succeeded in blocking many of the images I hoped to create. Thankfully a little work in Lightroom and Photoshop teased out some details and by using monochrome I managed to add more than a little atmosphere.
Here’s a ‘straight’ shot from the day, taken near Crowdicote, with the monochrome conversion beneath. I know which I prefer!
Despite these challenging atmospheric conditions I came away with a good selection of photos. Imagine what can be achieved with clearer air. I’m hoping to run my 3 day workshop in September and would welcome expressions of interest from anyone who may like to come along. Click on this link and enter your details if you want to know more and I’ll be sure to keep you in the loop.