A photograph of the River Nidd at Knaresborough in Yorkshire Camera: Canon EOS 70 DLens: Canon EF-S 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 ISF/Number: f/7.1ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 18 mmShutter Speed: 1.160 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC and Toolwiz Photo App (for oil paint effect) Posted as Part of Jez's Reflections #6 — Water Water Everywhere #79 Photography Challenge.
A photograph of people boating on the River Nidd at Knaresborough Camera: Canon EOS 70DLens: Canon EF-S 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 ISF/Number: f/7.1ISO: 100 Focal Distance: 80mmShutter Speed: 1/250 secSoftware: Adobe Lightroom CC Posted at Part of Jez's Water Water Everywhere Photography Challenge
Tower 1. A building or part of a building that is exceptionally high in proportion to its width and length. My interpretation of Debbie Smyth's One Word Sunday called Tower has to be the bridge that towers over the River Nidd at Knaresborough in Yorkshire. I processed the image primarily in Lightroom and then sent … Continue reading One Word Sunday – Tower
During our trip to Nidd Hall back in August, one day we went to Harrogate. Upon our return back to the hotel, we came across a place called Nidd Gorge. I have never seen such beautiful scenery in all my life. The trees were a lush green. And the view of this little gorge … Continue reading Spanning the river
Now, this may sound weird but I have a fear of water... but I love to see waterfalls, and rivers cascading over rocks. The above photo was shot from a little bridge that spanned the River Coe near Glencoe Village. Again the bridge acted as a stabiliser for my camera as I didn't have a … Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge – Water
Today I was reading Matt Kloskowski's blog and one of the topics he covered in a video was Creating the Landscape Soft Glow Look. Using both Lightroom and ON1 Raw 2018, I created the above soft glow look image of a bridge over the River Nidd at Nidd Gorge in North Yorkshire.
During our visit to North Yorkshire, one of the places we visited was Nidd Gorge. As we strolled around the wooded area, at the end of the walk was a bridge that crosses the River Nidd. From this bridge, you can see the Knaresborough Viaduct. To say I was in awe of this beautiful viaduct … Continue reading Knaresborough Viaduct