The morning mist of Tyndale monument

I was very lucky around the Christmas break to have a couple of days spare to explore my local surroundings with the camera! The weather forecast was looking perfect for the shots I had in mind, it was -4 degrees with the clearest of nights and the most outstanding morning mists! I packed my bag … Continue reading The morning mist of Tyndale monument

I was very lucky around the Christmas break to have a couple of days spare to explore my local surroundings with the camera! The weather forecast was looking perfect for the shots I had in mind, it was -4 degrees with the clearest of nights and the most outstanding morning mists! I packed my bag with a couple of minced pies And set off around Stinchcombe. I’ve had my eye on a certain composition for a while but just needed the right weather for it.. Today was the day for it!

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In the night we had a sharp frost which made the ground crispy and white. Once the sun had woken it started to form a strong mist around the tops of the fields building its way up the hills around the north nibley area.. Just as the mist stared to fill I set my gear up, high on a hill and found my compostition, at this point I was one extremely excited photographer. I had Tyndale monument and All of Nibley in my shot, all I had to do is patiently wait for the mist to rise up around me so I could grab the shot I wanted!

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This photo consists of 19 single photographs all stitched into one panoramic photo using Photoshop Lightroom cc. To be honest I didn’t really do a great amount of editing on this shot I just played around with the shadows, hues and sharpness as I wanted this to look as natural as possible.

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