Gold-N-Blue Waterfall on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Images below were made in March 2012 during my trip to Scotland together with John G. Moore,Christopher Day and Gary Pritchard that I had the great pleasure to meet thanks to the Google+ social network where photographers were very present since the very beginning. If the weather was exceptionally good for the Misty Isle as Skye is often called, at some moments the light was not really interesting, where some haze was eliminating the contrast, the textures. These are normally moments when I love to use the Singh-Ray Gold-N-Blue polarizer. Some of the images can be seen below and I hope to hear here or at my Google+ page your comments.
The view on the Cuillins ridge from Elgol on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. This long exposure with the use of the Lee Big Stopper 10ND filter was made during my recent trip to the Isle of Skye with fellow photographers from UK John G. Moore, Gary Pritchard and Christopher Day. This kind of cloudy days is perfect for long expsoures. There will be some more images posted from that day and some with little bit more color. Today however I wanted to share with you this one. The image – RAW file – was developped in the Lightroom 4.