Behind the Lens
Yorkshire Dales, September 2017
We’d been stuck inside, working on Lightroom all day, tweaking curves and tinkering with white points. We’d made some big, beautiful prints, but as the afternoon drew on, the rain and wind lashing the windows of High Trenhouse intensified. Summer seemed a distant memory already, and the temptation to stay dry and knock out another print was high. But we’re landscape photographers, and standing in the rain waiting for the light is what we do, so out we ventured onto Malham Moor. I fully expected to be back within the hour, soggy and frustrated, but there’s always hope – and it only takes one shaft of light to transform a scene from grey and dismal to sparkling and awe inspiring.
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