CBWC: Large Subjects – Weekend Skies

A photograph of Bodiam Castle in East Sussex processed in Topaz Studio 2 Camera: Canon EOS 1100DLens: Canon EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IIIF/Number: f/13ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 24 mmShutter Speed: 1/400 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom Classic and Topaz Studio 2Photographer: Ashley Ryan Posted as Part of Cee's CBWC: Large Subjects and Hammad's Weekend Skies #36

Leeds Castle

Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM – 36 – Leeds Castle

For MWM this week, I have used an image I took at Leeds Castle in Maidstone, Kent. Last Challenge Entries Thank you to all those that submitted images to MWM - 35 Setting priorities – Travel with Intent Mid-Week Monochrome • MWM #35 • Cadaquès Casino • TiongHan's blog Setting Priorities - Travel with Intent … Continue reading Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM – 36 – Leeds Castle

Back to Scotney

At the moment I am really liking this soft style of processing and creating images which are a little more saturated.   The above image was photographed at the rear of the visitor centre.  Firstly why I chose the rear was because one there wasn't people hanging around the café, visitor centre and shop and … Continue reading Back to Scotney

Security of the moat at Leeds Castle near Maidstone

I really can't get my head around the date change of the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge... anyway here is my entry for this weeks challenge Security. The above photograph was taken at Leeds Castle back in September 2016 and shows the security of the moat in protecting the castle from invasion.

Eltham Palace Moat

The Moat – Eltham Palace Gardens

  One of the places we love to visit is Eltham Palace Gardens in London.. which is owned and maintained by the English Heritage... The Palace is surrounded by a moat, with two of moat being water and the other two sides being formal gardens... To gain access to the Palace you have to cross … Continue reading The Moat – Eltham Palace Gardens

Lightroom Quick Tip – Scaling

  Have you ever taken a photograph and wished you could have got closer to the subject?  Or you wish that you could crop the image without losing the original size of the image?  Well here is a quick tip for Lightroom Users.. Under the Transform Panel in the Develop Module, there are a set … Continue reading Lightroom Quick Tip – Scaling